THE SNP have lit up famous locations across Scotland ahead of voters across the country going to the polls tomorrow.
In recent days, the party’s campaign team projected the SNP logo and part slogans onto locations in Scotland’s biggest cities and other recognisable Scottish locations.
They include the Glasgow Science Centre, the V&A Museum in Dundee, Edinburgh Castle, Kessock Bridge in Inverness and the Fairy Glen in Skye.
Tomorrow’s election is likely to be the most important in the history of devolution in Scotland and polls indicate that there will be a pro-independence parliament returned to Holyrood but the prospect of an SNP majority is on a knife-edge.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon was urging Scots to get out and vote today as part of the SNP’s campaign tour of the country.
Sturgeon said: “The result of every Scottish Parliament election is always on a knife-edge, nothing can be taken for granted – so please don’t leave it to chance: make it both votes SNP.
“The SNP is the only party with an immediate plan to get Scotland through the covid pandemic.
“And the SNP is the only party with a serious programme for government to kick-start economic recovery, to remobilise our NHS and to tackle the climate crisis – but to get that serious government people have to vote for it.
“The London based parties have fought the most negative campaign in the history of devolution with every one of them openly admitting they don’t want or expect to form a government. Instead, they want to leave Scotland’s future in the hands of Boris Johnson.
“To avoid that risk I am asking the people of Scotland to re-elect me as First Minister so I can get on with the job of keeping Scotland safe and to lead the country to a better, brighter future.
“I’m ready to get back to work, to take the difficult decisions, and to put Scotland first.
“By giving both votes to the SNP tomorrow people will get experienced leadership, a serious programme for government, and when the Covid crisis is over the right to decide whether Scotland should be an independent country.”