Second preference votes are being counted for the Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner after no candidate received 50% of the vote.
Second preference votes for the two front runners Coppinger (Lab) and Vickers (Con) will now be counted
No candidate has received 50% of the vote so second preferences will be counted. https://t.co/BNw3HFZjAG
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