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- Candidates vie for 73 constituency seats
- Also 56 "list" seats from the eight regions
Christine Grahame has been the constituency MSP for Midlothian South, Tweeddale and Lauderdale since 2011. She was a South of Scotland Region MSP from 1999-2011.
She was Shadow Minister for Social Justice in the SNP's Shadow Cabinet. She is currently Convenor of the Justice Committee.
Mike Russell was elected as a regional member for the South of Scotland to the Scottish Parliament when it was established in 1999 and in 2011 became the constituency MSP for Argyll & Bute where he has lived for 25 years.
He became Environment Minister when the SNP Scottish Government took office in 2007, subsequently serving as Minister for Culture, External Affairs & the Constitution and then (for five years) as Cabinet Secretary for Education & Lifelong Learning.
He has been a member of the Scottish Parliament's Rural Affairs, Climate Change & Environment Committee.
Scottish Greens Alison Johnstone and Andy Wightman have been elected via the Lothian list.
Responding to the result, Johnstone, health spokesperson for the party, said:
"I'm delighted to be re-elected to serve Lothian and look forward to continuing to bring constructive pressure to bear in parliament, building on the work I've already done on everything from fracking and planning issues to community ownership and health inequalities.
"I'm delighted we have doubled our representation in Lothian. Andy and I look forward to keeping up the pressure in parliament on the issues that matter."
Four seats for the Conservatives, two for Labour, and a breakthrough seat for the Scottish Greens.
Daylight has broken outside Braehead Arena but still awaiting the Scottish wide list votes. Latest estimated time if 06:45 but more likely 0700.
Two Labour MSPs elected - including leader Kezia DugdaleThree ConservativesTwo Greens