We're expecting Wells to be declared in the next half hour.
Wells is regarded as a target by the Liberal Democrats, although it has been mostly held by the Conservatives since 1924.
It turned Lib Dem between 2010 and 2015, with Tessa Munt as the MP. She's running as the party candidate again this time round.
She recently won a surprise victory
in the county council elections, unseating the Tory council leader - so it seems as if she carries something of a personal vote.
incumbent James Heappey has a comfortable 7,500 majority.
Wells: Candidates muse potential fortunes
At the Royal Bath and West Showground, where the
Wells constituency votes are currently being counted, the mood is pensive.
national exit polls and results filter through here, the various camps reflect their candidates' potential fortunes. Asked for an official current mood
they say: "Too close to call" (Lib Dem), "Hopeful" (Conservative), "Quietly confident" (Lab) and "Interested" (Christian People's Alliance).
If snacks reflect anything, on the Conservative table Heroes
would indicate confidence. Offered home-made flapjack by the Labour group, I am
told its ingredients are equally-proportioned.
In the Lib Dem's corner there is
merely a single (yellow) banana and no time to eat it as there is constant and
fevered number crunching.
When quizzing the Christian People's Alliance why
they seemed lacking in snacks, they explained that they had Polos.
"Holey?" I inquire. "Just minty fresh," is the reply.