Candidates around the country have begun to arrive at their local counts as the first Scottish result is announced. MORAY
The dividing lines which have cut through Scottish politics since the independence referendum are as stark on the northern isles as anywhere on the mainland.
On the day Labour candidate Kirsten Muat was born, Malcolm Bruce was just starting his third consecutive term as MP for Gordon.
One of the Highlands' most passionate public protests in modern times has gripped a sizeable chunk of the mainland's northern-most constituency for many months since the SNP seized the parliamentary seat from the Liberal Democrats in 2015.
The iconic mountains and glens of Ross, Skye and Lochaber were the scene of two of the biggest political shocks of 2015.
Former Highlands and Islands list MSP Jamie McGrigor has thrown his name into the hat for an Oban ward in May, for the Conservatives.
Regardless of the results of the forthcoming election, Moray Council will be shaken up after the votes have been counted.
Here are the Labour candidates in Aberdeen in full: