Weather conditions could put the St Ives vote on hold as 2,000 votes from the Sicily Isles are currently unable to reach the mainland for the count.
Kira Taylor, a journalist at the count said: “The press office has said that we won’t know until 4:30am if the votes will be able to come in via boat or helicopter as the weather conditions remain treacherous.”
These votes could prove to be a game-changer as seen in the 2017 election when the result was split by just 300 votes.
Currently a Conservative seat, a challenge from the Lib Dems could sway voters. Liberal Democrat candidate, Andrew George, is a seasoned politician who held the St Ives and Silly Isles seat from 1997 to 2015.
Can George achieve victory over the Tories in 2019? It looks like we may have to wait for that result.