Votes are being counted in two Scottish by-elections, with candidates vying for a Westminster and a Holyrood seat.
The votes are counted in the Livingston by-election
The by-election for the Commons seat of Livingston follows the death of former foreign secretary Robin Cook, who died while hillwalking in August.
The Glasgow Cathcart seat at Holyrood Scottish Parliament became vacant when MSP Mike Watson resigned following a conviction for wilful fire-raising.
Turnout in Livingston is 38.6% and 31.97% in Cathcart, a Scottish low.
The Cathcart figure is the smallest ever at a by-election in Scotland, according to political analyst John Curtice.
The Livingston figure has dropped from 58.1% at the general election in May.
List of candidates in Livingston by-election (alphabetic by surname)
Peter Adams - UKIP
John Allman - Alliance For Change
Melville Brown - Independent
Angela Constance - SNP
Jim Devine - Scottish Labour
Charles Dundas - Liberal Democrats
Brian Gardner - Socialist Party of Great Britain
Gordon Lindhurst - Conservatives
Steve Nimmo - Scottish Socialists
David Robertson - Greens
Mr Cook had a majority of 13,000 in May's general election.
List of candidates in Cathcart by-election (alphabetic by surname)
Richard Cook - Conservatives
Christopher Creighton - Independent
Charlie Gordon - Scottish Labour
Pat Lally - Independent
Bryan McCormack - UKIP
Arthur Sanderson - Lib Dems
Ronnie Stevenson - Scottish Socialists
Chloe Stewart - Scottish Greens
Maire Whitehead - SNP
Lord Watson held a majority of 5,112 in the 2003 Scottish Parliament election.