Scottish election 2021: Sharp increase in turnout among Falkirk voters
Counting is now well underway for the Falkirk East constituency, where five candidates are vying for a place in the Scottish Parliament.
There has been a sharp increase in the turnout for this election - it has been confirmed as 62.89 per cent, well up on the last Holyrood election which saw a turnout of 54.1 per cent.
Whatever happens, the Falkirk East constituency will have a new representative as the incumbent MSP, the SNP's Angus MacDonald, has stood down.
The Falkirk East count is currently well underway at the Grangemouth Sports Complex.
Michelle Thompson is the candidate for the SNP with Grangemouth councillor Allyson Black contesting the seat for Labour; Neil Benny for the Scottish Conservatives; and Paul Rolfe for the Liberal Democrats.
Peter Krykant is also standing as an independent.
The Falkirk West constituency will not be counted until tomorrow.
We will have updates across both days online and on our social media channels.