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Avon & Somerset PCC election turn-out

Avon and Somerset Police Authority has revealed the figures for the turn-out for last night's elections for the Police and Crime Commissioner.

They show a low turn-out in our region. The figures for Bristol are higher because the city was also taking part in mayoral elections.

  • Sedgemoor District Council 14.35%
  • Mendip District Council 18.53%
  • South Somerset District Council 19.24%
  • South Gloucestershire Council 16.3%
  • Bath & NE Som Council 15.95%
  • Taunton Deane Borough Council 18.13%
  • West Somerset District Council 16.91%
  • Bristol City Council 27.48%
  • North Somerset Council 16.01%

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Avon & Somerset PCC elections go to second count

The election for the new post of Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset will go to a second count. The first count put the Independendent candidate ahead with the Conservatives in second place. The two others will now step aside for them to battle it out over voters' second choices.

  • Sue Mountstevens (Ind) - 83,985
  • Ken Maddock (Con) - 57,094
  • John Savage (Lab) - 49,989
  • Pete Levy (Lib Dem) - 43,446

Devon & Cornwall expects a PCC result this afternoon

PCC count in Devon & Cornwall Credit: ITV Westcountry

The first declaration in the Devon & Cornwall PCC election is expected around two o'clock with a final result likely to be at around 5pm, if second preference votes have to be counted

Turnout was 15.1%, according to Cornwall Council. In Plymouth the figure was 13.03% &

17.46% in West Devon.

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15% turnout in PCC elections across Devon and Cornwall

An average of just 15% turned out to vote in the Police and Crime Commissioner elections across Devon and Cornwall.

Plymouth saw the lowest turnout with just 13% of the electorate voting.

Counting will begin later this morning across the Westcountry. Whoever is elected to the newly created role will oversee the regions police forces.

  • Cornwall - 15.21%
  • East Devon - 16.35%
  • Exeter - 15.44%
  • Mid Devon - 16.18%
  • North Devon - 15.20%
  • Plymouth - 13.03%
  • South Hams - 17.05%
  • Teignbridge - 16.00%
  • Torbay - 13.58%
  • Torridge - 14.86%
  • West Devon - 17.46%
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