Isle Of Man / Ellan Vannin

Polls close in Isle of Man General Election

Voting has closed for the Isle of Man General Election.

Sixty-four candidates are contesting a total of 24 seats in 15 constituencies. Those elected will be sworn in to the House of Keys on 4 October.

A new chief minister will be elected by Tynwald on 11 October following Tony Brown's decision to retire from politics after 35 years.

The island has one of Europe's youngest voting ages, with 16-year-olds eligible to vote.

Follow the Isle of Man general election results as they are announced.

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