There's been a mixed turnout to decide the new mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, with some residents choosing to stay away from the polls.
There was a fairly strong showing in Cambridge where more than 40% of people cast a vote, but the figure was far lower in Peterborough.
Percentage turnout for mayoral vote
- South Cambs: 42.4%
- Cambridge City: 42.2%
- East Cambs: 34.02%
- Huntingdonshire: 32.8%
- Fenland: 26.9%
- Peterborough: 24.7%
The winner won't be revealed until much later on Friday, with an announcement due at around 5pm.
The 'metro mayor' will head up a new devolved authority with greater power over transport, housing and investment.
Only two of the six counties in the Anglia region have so far declared results but the Conservatives are making the early running.
The Chairman of Colchester's UKIP branch has defended the party after a poor showing in this year's local elections.
Just under a quarter of residents in Peterborough have cast a vote for the newly-created post of Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.