Scottish Parliament elections
Hamilton, Larkhall and Stonehouse constituency
This election was held on Thursday 6 May 2021.
4 candidates stood in the Hamilton, Larkhall and Stonehouse constituency.
Scottish National Party (SNP)
Conservative and Unionist Party
Labour and Co-operative Party
When voting for members of the Scottish Parliament, you will have two votes. One for a member to represent your constituency, and one to represent your Scottish region. The Scottish Parliament currently has 129 elected members.
Members of the Scottish Parliament are elected to create laws for Scotland and hold the Scottish Government to account. The Scottish Parliament is a devolved body, meaning legislative power has been transferred from the UK Government to the Parliament to give Scottish people more of a say on the laws made in Scotland. The Parliament now holds power over issues such as education, the environment, and health. The Scottish Parliament also has some taxation powers.
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