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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