This time last week, on Thursday 8 June, 32 million people casted their votes in the country's snap general election, which led to unforeseeable results.
ITV Border reported live from a number of locations bringing you breaking news and reactions over night from the voting counts.
Here is a timelapse of the overnight count at Easterbrook Hall in Dumfries, where Alister Jack was declared the new Conservative Party MP for Dumfries and Galloway, while David Mundell was declared the returning Conservative Party MP for Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale and more recently, the continuing Secretary of State for Scotland:
A woman from Dumfries and Galloway has taken part in local elections as a polling clark and a presiding officer since 1960.
Grace Brown from Langholm, is still going strong and presided over votes at Ewes, near Langholm, for this year's local council elections.
She is also hoping to carry out her role in the General Election in June.
UK voter turnout for the EU referendum could be above 70%, ITV News Elections Analyst Colin Rallings has said.
This would be the first time voter turnout has reached this figure at a national vote since the 1997 general election.
People in the south of Scotland are being urged to check they're on the electoral register so they can vote in the Scottish Parliament elections.
The Electoral Commission say anyone wanting to cast their ballot on May the 5th must be registered by April the 18th.
Our reporter Paul Crone finds out more about the Carlisle film that's persuading young people to vote:
'The Guardians' is a short film, which sees historical figures from Carlisle's past encouraging young people to have a say on their future.Read the full story ›
With less than three weeks to go, time is running out for people who haven't registered to vote in the General Election yet - the deadline is on Monday. There are concerns that students in particular may have dropped off the electoral register without realising it. Our Political Correspondent Paul Brand reports.
The deadline to register to vote is Monday 20 April. Registering takes less than three minutes - here is our how-to guide.Read the full story ›
We've collected a list of all the confirmed candidates running for election in the Border region's constituencies.Read the full story ›
Kate Walby finds out why some Cumbrians won't be exercising their right to vote next month.