Phill Roberts has arrived at Workington. He says: "I'm looking forward to the result but we are realistic. I'm just hoping that the national party predictions aren't true or it will be a bad night for the Liberal Democrats and Labour. The rise of nationalism is dangerous and the three main parties have taken their eye off the ball."
Sue Hayman has arrived now too.
In Copeland, Jamie Reed (Lab) had a majority of 3,833 at the last election.
He took the seat in 2010 with 46% of the votes; the Conservatives got 37.1%, Liberal Democrats 10.2% and BNP 3.4%.
Copeland and its predecessor seat Whitehaven have been represented by the Labour party since 1935, although not always with comfortable majorities.
Sue Hayman in Workington started visiting polling stations at 7am and got home at 7pm to feed the dog and have some pasta. She says she was heartened to see so many voters out and a lot of them were first time voters too - which she believes is down to the hustings events held in the constituency.
Labour in Barrow say they are optimistic.
Due to boundary changes, Keswick is now in the Copeland constituency but because there are borough and parish elections too, all the ballot papers have come to Workington for verification. The parliamentary papers will be taken to Whitehaven by a Copeland officer who is on standby and they will have a police escort. How exciting!
In 2010, Sir Tony Cunningham's majority in Workington was 7,855. In 2010, it was 4,575. What will the new MP win by?
Nationally, Labour's Yvette Cooper says she's sceptical about the exit poll showing Labour in for a bad night.
Even Liberal Democrat Phill Roberts is backing Labour for Workington - he says he would be surprised if Sue Hayman didn't win the seat....
These are the estimated declaration times and they will undoubtedly vary. But at the moment, we're expecting:
Penrith and The Border 4.30am
According to latest Lord Ashcroft polling info, 11 per cent of people only decided who they were voting for today. Did last-minute campaigning change your mind?
BBC exit poll still has Carlisle as staying Conservative.
Celia Tibble, Labour's agent, said the party had delivered 30,000 leaflets and posted 9,000 cards through letterboxes when people weren't in. No offence, Celia, but I think I had about half of them through my door.......
Not over-egging it to say that every vote will count in Carlisle, with the result expected to be so tight. An interesting element could be the Ukip factor. What will Ukip's share of the vote be? Which party/parties have they taken votes off? Could they make all the difference for Cons and Labour?