20 per cent turn out for Police and Crime Commissioner election in North Lincolnshire
Official turnout figures for yesterday's Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner election have been revealed by East Riding Council.
Across North Lincolnshire, 20.36 per cent of the electorate turned out to vote, the second highest of the four authorities that make up the force.
The North Lincolnshire figure was slightly above the average of the four authorities that stood at 19.48 per cent.
The highest figure was recorded in East Riding with 23.19 per cent of the electorate taking to the polls.
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In North East Lincolnshire, the figure was 16.18 per cent and in Hull, 15.65 per cent.
A low turnout was expected and falls below the 40 per cent turnout for the North Lincolnshire Council election in May 2011.
Votes will be counted from 11.30am this morning at Bridlington Spa, with the result expected later this afternoon.