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GALLERY: Polls open in Biggin Hill for London Mayor and Assembly elections

PUBLISHED: 13:25 05 May 2016 | UPDATED: 13:25 05 May 2016

Voters take to the polls in Biggin Hill. AK Photos

Voters take to the polls in Biggin Hill. AK Photos

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An estimated 231,493 people could turn out to vote in Bromley

Thousands of voters in Bromley have already had their say on a big day of elections in the borough.

The electorate have the opportunity today to decide which candidate they want to lead London as Mayor, and in the London Assembly elections, who will provide the voice of the borough.

An estimated 231,493 people could turn out to vote in Bromley, which means there could be nearly 700,000 ballot papers to count in this borough alone.

Polling stations opened at 7am and do not close until 10pm, only those who have registered can vote for their chosen candidate.

Ballot papers from across the capital will be counted on Friday at ExCel London.


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