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George Ferguson (Independent) 31,321
Marvin Rees(Labour) 25,896
Geoff Gollop (Con) 8,136
John Rogers (Lib Dem) 6,202
Daniella Radice (Green) 5,246
The second preference votes for George Ferguson and Marvin Rees will now be counted.
The Independent candidate George Ferguson topped the first round of the count for the Bristol Mayoral election, ahead of Labour's Marvin Rees and Geoff Gollop (Conservative). John Rogers for the Liberal Democrats was fourth with Daniella Radice (Green) in fifth place
Those living in Bristol will also have the option of voting for the person they want to become the city's first elected Mayor. There are fifteen candidates to choose from. Polls close at ten o'clock tonight except in Wiltshire where counting won't begin until tomorrow.
It's been the final day of campaigning for candidates in two new jobs.
Tomorrow [Thursday] sees voting for Bristol's elected mayor, and for Police and Crime Commissioners in each of the region's police forces. Polling stations will be open from 7a.m. until 10p.m.
Counting takes place on Friday except for the PCC in Wiltshire, which happens overnight.
Final preparations are under way for what's been called Bristol's biggest vote, now just two days away.
That's when more than 300,000 people in the city get the chance to choose their first directly-elected mayor. At the same time there are nationwide elections for Police and Crime commissioners as well.
The contest to be Bristol's equivalent of Boris Johnson in London has attracted 15 candidates - but it's still unclear whether that will lead to a big turnout. Our political correspondent Bob Constantine reports.
Ed Balls is in Bristol today to meet with Marvin Rees - Labour's candidate for Bristol's mayoral elections.
Martin bell the former independent MP is in Bristol to endorse independent candidate George Ferguson in the mayoral elections.
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