Thames Valley Police
Political reporter, BBC Radio Oxford
This is at Spiceball Leisure Centre in Banbury, where the announcement will be. But the count is taking place in 13 places across the region.Copyright: BBC
Local Democracy Reporting Service
Across the Oxfordshire, electors could vote for one of 63 new county councillors.
In Oxford, they could also elect two new city councillors to join the total of 48 in a new council. In north and western Oxfordshire, half of Cherwell and West Oxfordshire’s district councillors were also up for election.
The Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner was also up for re-election. Extra precautions were being taken at polling booths, with a one-in one-out policy and one-way system in operation at many to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Election results are not due to be announced until the weekend at the earliest. Oxford City Council will reveal its results on Saturday, May 8.
The other councils, including Oxfordshire County Council will follow with their results on Sunday, May 9. The PCC election results will be announced next Monday, May 10.
Radio DJs and listeners have been sharing their experiences of policing ahead of police and crime commissioner elections on 6 May.