The fight to become the next president of the Scottish National Party will feature four contenders.
Winnie Ewing is standing down as SNP president
The election was triggered by Winnie Ewing's announcement last week that she
would be standing down from the role.
Nationalist veterans Douglas Henderson, Kay Ullrich, Billy Wolfe and
last-minute entry Ian Hudghton have put their names forward.
Nominations closed on Friday and voting will take place at the SNP's national conference in Aviemore on 24 September.
Mr Henderson is a former MP for East Aberdeenshire and senior vice-chairman of the party while Ms Ullrich is the former chief whip at Holyrood who stepped down as an MSP two years ago.
Mr Wolfe led the SNP in the 1970s and has previously served as party
Mr Hudghton is a former leader of Angus Council who was elected to the European Parliament in 1998, where he is leader of the SNP group.
Party leader Alex Salmond and his deputy Nicola Sturgeon have been nominated unopposed to continue in their posts.