The Scottish Parliament election campaign is well underway with two TV debates already taken place.
Party leaders from all sides of the political divide have been up and down the country looking to secure your vote ahead of polling day.
Voters in Scotland will head to the polls on May 6 in what is being touted as the most important election since devolution in 1999.
Nicola Sturgeon will be looking to be re-elected as First Minister of Scotland again, however this time with an overall majority.
Recent polls have shown it’s going to be tight, but it looks as if there will be a majority of independence supporting parties in the Holyrood chamber following the election.
The real battle in the election is the one for second place with Tory leader Douglas Ross and Labour leader Anas Sarwar looking to be the biggest opposition party at Holyrood.
Sarwar surpassed Ross in the polls following the first TV debate on the BBC, but since then the Moray MP has crept ahead as he looks to grab the pro-union vote across Scotland.
Scottish Greens co-leaders Patrick Harvie and Lorna Slater are doing well in the polls and are on course to secure more MSPs than they ever have in Holyrood.
Meanwhle, the Scottish Lib Dems will be looking to hold on to the seats that they already have in the chamber.
Alex Salmond’s Alba Party could have an impact on the overall outcome if they pick up some seats on the list vote.
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