Election day is here in Wales, with weeks of campaigning coming to an official end as polling stations open at 7am.
Voters have until 10pm to cast their votes, with the first result expected an hour after closing, and the last anticipated result expected to come in around midday on Friday.
Each voter will be given three ballot papers, two for the National Assembly of Wales election, and one for the Police and Crime Commissioner election.
In total, 60 Assembly Members will be elected, and four Police and Crime Commissioners.
Concern is growing for a 72-year-old man who is currently missing from the Whitchurch area in Shropshire.
Fred O'Brien was last seen in the Iscoyd area at around 11pm on Wednesday 4th May 2016.
He is described as being 5 ft 7" tall, of medium build with sandy coloured hair. He was last seen wearing a blue jacket and grey trousers.
Police and volunteers from North East Wales Search and Rescue are currently searching for him.
Anybody with information is asked to contact the police immediately on 101.
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has joined Carwyn Jones on the final day of the campaign trail before the polls open ahead of the Assembly elections tomorrow.
Earlier today the leader faced criticism from the Prime Minister over his handling of anti-Semitism within his party.
Ahead of his visit, Corbyn urged 'progressive people' to back the party.
What I would say to those people in Wales is that there’s a big choice, and a lot at stake in this election. The Tories are making no secret of their plan to do a deal with UKIP to try and form a Welsh Government. If that happens, all that progress on issues that matter to you goes under a bus. The NHS, the environment, decent pay, support for young people – a basic commitment to fairness – these are all things that Welsh Labour fight for, day in, day out.
"So, I say to all progressive people in Wales – especially those living in those seats that are a straight fight between Labour and the Tories - now is the time to stand with us and give Welsh Labour your support."
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