Elections Update: Boris Expected to be Mayor Again
Results due to be announced on Friday night
The results of the London elections held on Thursday May 3 are due to be announced on Friday night.
Counting for the West Central Constituency, which includes Hammersmith and Fulham started at Olympia at 8.45am.
Though results from elsewhere show Labour making gains across England and Wales, one poll is predicting that Boris Johnson will once again win the battle to be London Mayor, beating bitter rival Ken Livinstone.
The May 3 elections were for the Mayor of London, the 14 Constituency London Assembly Members, and the 11 London-wide Assembly Members.
Here is the full line-up.
London Mayoral Election
You can make a first and second choice from this list of candidates, who will either be part of a political party or standing as an independent candidate. To find out more about each of them, click on their names here to read a mini-manifesto.
Constituency London Assembly Member
Voters can choose one candidate in the West Central Constituency, which includes Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster.
London-Wide Asssembly Member
Voters will be able to make one vote for a political party or an individual standing as an independent candidate. Political parties put forward a 'party list' of individuals who will be elected if they get enough votes. You can find out the individuals on each party's list by following the link below.
We will bring you the results as they are announced.
May 4, 2012