In Workington, UKIP candidate Mark Jenkinson says he's feeling fairly confident and has had some good feedback. He says "there's going to be some shocks tonight."
Former Liberal Democrat leader Lord Paddy Ashdown dismissive of the exit poll predictions. Only time will tell....
Labour and UKIP out in force in Workington - no sign of other candidates as yet....
Here's an election-y quiz question for you... Which Cumbrian MP hopeful has the middle name Zak?
Answer at 10.45pm, if you don't guess it before then...
Verification under way in Kendal for the Westmorland and Lonsdale seat.
Out of the 16,657 postal votes submitted to Workington, 10,200 are parliamentary.
Counting is underway in Copeland...
In Copeland, Jamie Reed (Lab) had a 3,833 majority five years ago. His biggest threat to re-election is perhaps Tory Stephen Haraldsen, who has been in confident mood throughout the campaign. Could tonight see Copeland elect its first non-Labour MP for many a year?
The Conservatve Party candidate Rozila Kana has arrived in Workington.
There will definitely be one new MP from Cumbria in the House of Commons after tonight. But who? Sir Tony Cunningham (Lab) has stood down and his party colleague Sue Hayman is bidding to take on the mantle of Workington MP. Aiming to stop her are Tory Rozila Kana and local lad Mark Jenkinson, who is standing for Ukip.
We've also got the Green Party's Jill Perry and Independent Roy Ivison vying for the seat in Workington too!
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The Conservative Party's Rozila Kana in Workington says: "I feel like a winner. I 've found the Cumbrian people absolutely supportive. I would like to thank them for their hospitality. I came here a stranger but I am no longer a stranger. Hats off to Cumbrian people."
The first ballot boxes are arriving in Barrow, where Labour's John Woodcock is seeking another 5 years as MP.
So, it's been a pretty full-on six weeks of campaigning in Cumbria, particularly in Carlisle. The Conservatives and Labour have thrown massive resources into their campaign. Labour have had a string of their big-hitters in the city. The Tories rounded off their campaign with a visit from David Cameron on Wednesday. Whose campaign has impressed you most?
Liberal Democrat candidate for Workington Phill Roberts has yet to arrive at Workington but Sarah's spoken to party member Elizabeth Barraclough. She says they know they are not going to win this one, but it's their policy to have a candidate for every seat - so if people want to vote Lib Dem they can. She says, however, that they are more confident in the borough elections tomorrow - Phill Roberts is also standing in that election.
Across the border, counting has started at the Easterbrook Hall in Dumfries, where the Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale count is taking place.