They've started counting the votes here in Newark under the dome of the Great Chapel at Kelham Hall.
It's a wonderfully dramatic setting; usually these things happen in shabby leisure centres.
The final poll, by Survation, makes for a less dramatic sight.
It puts the Conservatives comfortably ahead on 42%, Ukip on 27%, Labour on a creditable 22% and the Lib Dems on a deposit-threatening 4%.
We expect a result in the early hours of the morning.
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