Wiltshire is the first place in the country to declare its results in the Police and Crime Commissioner elections.
The county held an overnight count. Conservative Angus Macpherson beat Labour's Clare Moody. Turnout was 15%.
Forty-one elections have been held nationally to elect police and crime commissioners for the first time. In some places turnout was as low as ten percent.
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