It was, unequivocally, a night of Tory dominance, both at home and right across England and Wales.
The Conservatives have retained control of North Somerset with Dr Liam Fox being re-elected as the constituency's MP.
John Penrose has been re-elected as MP for Weston-super-Mare.
James Heappey has been re-elected as MP for Wells.
With polls now closed, join us for all the latest General Election 2019 news from North Somerset, Weston-super-Mare, Wells and across the country.
Polling stations will be open throughout the day as voters choose who they want to be their MP for the next five years.
Keeping Weston's streets safe is always an election promise voters want to hear.
Providing the next generation with the best start in life is at the heart of the candidates' education policies until 2024.
The Mercury conducted a pre-election survey which received 608 responses. Its results are summarised below.
A West of England plan for more than 100,000 homes to be built by 2036 may have suffered a setback, but it is clear the sight of housing developments springing up in North Somerset will not be unusual in the future.
Pledges around safeguarding Weston General Hospital's future have dominated the pledges made by the four candidates standing in this month's General Election.
With every house built in Weston in the past few years, concerns over infrastructure to support it has grown too.
Weston General Hospital's A&E overnight closure sparked a heated debate as MP candidates discussed health at a hustings in Weston.
To Brexit, or not to Brexit, that is the question that Westminster has been unable to solve since 2016.
Conservative candidates in North Somerset and Weston are on course to retain their seats, according to the latest YouGov poll.
The candidates standing to be Weston's next MP will take part in a debate on health later this month.
Two women from North Somerset are standing in next month's General Election in constituencies in Bath and Bristol.
Five candidates have put themselves forward to be the next MP in Wells.
The parliamentary candidates that will stand for election in the Weston-super-Mare constituency have been confirmed.
The Tory leader, who succeeded Theresa May and became Prime Minister in July, has been touring Somerset as he looks to secure a majority at next month's election.
The Brexit Party is celebrating major success in the European elections in the South West, as the Conservatives and UKIP suffered heavy losses.
The Brexit Party has won the EU Election vote in North Somerset tonight (Sunday).
The dust has barely settled on the local council elections, but voters will again be heading to their polling stations today (Thursday).
It'll be a few weeks, if not months, before the dust settles on this set off North Somerset Council results, and Mercury editor Tom Wright has looked at a tumultuous 48 hours.
The Conservatives lost six seats but remain the largest party of Weston Town Council.
Sweeping changes to North Somerset Council's political make-up will mean a whole host of new faces at Weston-super-Mare Town Hall.
North Somerset Council leader Nigel Ashton has blamed Brexit and the Government after the Conservatives lost control.
Several high-profile Conservative councillors have lost their seats in a day of election drama.
North Somerset Council has an uncertain future as no one party can form a majority after a disastrous morning for the Tories.
Polling stations have opened this morning (Thursday) for council elections.
With council elections rapidly approaching, the main political parties have made their final pitches for your crucial votes.
Trains, planes and automobiles are likely to be key considerations of any would-be councillor over the next four years.
North Somerset's economy does best when the tourism industry is flourishing.
How taxpayers' money is best spent is a key part of any election campaign and with the Government cutting councils' funding, it is bound to be a big issue over the next four years.
The candidates set to stand in next month's European elections have been announced.
With councils taking an increasingly large role with public health matters, the topic is a big one to consider at this election.
In just seven days time we will all be out voting to decide who will be the councillors to represent us at district, town and parish council level.
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