Counting at the Gloucestershire PCC elections in Stroud
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Gloucestershire PCC count: Empty boxes found

Counting is under way in Gloucestershire for the first police and crime commissioner elections.

A total of 17.1% of the electorate turned out to vote - 80,618 people.

BBC Gloucestershire reporter Steve Knibbs said: "Several empty ballot boxes were discovered."

Four candidates stood in the election: Conservative Victoria Atkins, Liberal Democrat Alistair Cameron, Labour's Rupi Dhanda and Independent Martin Surl.

  • 16 Nov 2012