IN THE final instalment of our series of election videos we asked the four constituency candidates along with the two list candidates who have been to Shetland during this election campaign to outline their core message to voters.
More information on all the candidates and links to their respective websites can be found on our Scottish parliament election page at http://www.shetnews.co.uk/features/election-2016/
The election takes place on Thursday 5 May with polling stations open between 7am and 10pm.
Local votes are being counted at the Clickimin Leisure Centre, in Lerwick. A result for the Shetland constituency is expected at around 2.30am on Friday.
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