Months of hard campaiging are finally coming to an end as Brighton and Hove casts its vote in the 2015 election.
The polling stations will close shortly, at 10pm, and then the candidates in the three parliamentary constituencies will face a wait of several hours for the results. For local election candidates, the wait will be longer.
General election votes will be counted through the night, with results for Brighton Pavilion, Brighton Kemptown and Hove expected at about 5am – although this may be an optimistic prediction.
Local election votes will be counted on Saturday (9 May) starting at 9am.
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