11:38AM, Friday 16 November 2012
Provisional turnout figures for the Thames Valley police and crime commissioner (PCC) elections have been relased.
There were 10,523 votes cast in Slough, a turnout of 10.9 per cent - equal with Oxford as the lowest in Thames Valley.
In South Bucks the turnout was 13.5 per cent (7,043 votes) and in Wokingham it was 13.2 per cent (16,766 votes).
The overall turnout for the Thames Valley was 13.3 per cent, although final figures may vary by a small amount.
The first count is expected to be completed at about 1pm and any candidate with more than 50 per cent of the votes will be declared the winner.
If there is no clear winner the two candidates with the most votes overall will go forward to a second preference count, which would start at 2.30pm and finish no later than 4pm.
The police area returning officer Andrew Grant will announce the final result and turnout figure from the PCC election HQ in Aylesbury.
Provisional turnout for each local authority area:
Aylesbury Vale District Council: 18,746 (13.9 per cent)
Bracknell Forest Council: 11,245 (13.1 per cent)
Cherwell District Council: 13,418 (12.4 per cent)
Chiltern District Council: 11,077 (15.3 per cent)
Milton Keynes Council: 23,992 (13.3 per cent)
Oxford City Council: 12,065 (10.9 per cent)
Reading Borough Council: 15,549 (13.4 per cent)
Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead Council: 14,253 (13.5 per cent)
Slough Borough Council: 10,523 (10.9 per cent)
South Bucks District Council: 7,043 (13.5 per cent)
South Oxfordshire District Council: 13,948 (13.6 per cent)
Vale of White Horse District Council: 12,965 (13.9 per cent)
West Berkshire Council: 18,199 (15.7 per cent)
West Oxfordshire District Council: 10,624 (13.2 per cent)
Wokingham Borough Council: 16,766 (13.9 per cent)
Wycombe District Council: 16,099 (13.2 per cent)
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