It's the final day of campaigning for both the Yes and No campaigns, with just hours to go until tomorrow's Scottish independence referendum.
Politicians and supporters alike will be pounding the streets to speak to voters before they go to the polls.
Counting Officer for the Scottish Borders Council Area, Tracey Logan is urging voters to make sure they cast their vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum on Thursday 18 September to ensure their views are counted.
- Total electorate for the Scottish Borders Council Area - 95,533
- Number of polling places in the Scottish Borders Council Area – 108
- Number of ballot boxes - 176 from polling stations, plus 22 postal vote boxes
- Number of election staff - 381 working in polling stations and 190 working at the count
- Number of postal votes issued – 14,628 (excluding postal proxy votes)
- Total postal proxy voters – 41
- Total proxy voters - 979
- Total number of registered under 18 voters in the Borders – 2,539
Many 16-year-olds in the south of Scotland will be able to vote next year in the Referendum on Independence.
Their counterparts south of the border have to wait two years before they can vote in anything.
Extending voting rights to sixteen year old is even being discussed in Westminster - but are young people interested?
In our latest Fixers update - three Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament are urging their peers to get interested in politics.
Outgoing Leaderdale and Melrose Councillor Nicholas Watson says the result in the by-election shows that voters are looking for more local representation, after his party colleague Iain Gillespie won his seat.
Mr Watson has moved to Cumbria to continue working as a clock maker and farmer.
The Scottish Conservatives missed out on the Leaderdale and Melrose by-election seat.
Candidate Rachael Hamilton topped the ballot on the first preferences transfers under the Single Transferable Voting system, but lost the last stage to The Borders Party's Iain Gillespie.
The result means The Borders Party maintain two seats on Scottish Borders council.
Iain Gillespie says he was surprised but delighted by the result:
"It has always been my attitude that the Borders Party are there for the Scottish Borders people, and hopefully this is building on the success of Nicolas Watson and Sandy Aitchison and hopefully it will go on from there.
"We are not a political party, we have no place in Westminster or Edinburgh, and simply my interest was and always has been the Scottish Borders."
The by-election result for the Scottish Borders is in, and the elected candidate for Leaderdale & Melrose is Ian Gillespie, The Borders Party.
Counting has begun in Newtown St Boswells.
Almost a third of voters turned out for the local county council elections held across Cumbria yesterday (2nd May).
Turnout figures show that 32.1% attended the polling stations across the county.
South Laklenad came out on top with 39.8% of people in the district voting, closely followed by Allerdale (34.4%), and Eden (32.4%).
Turnout in Carlisle was 30.6% and in Copeland it was 27.2%.