VOTERS in Clackmannanshire and Dunblane have re-elected Keith Brown to represent the constituency at Holyrood.

The SNP candidate received 47.2 per cent of all ballots cast in the election, which saw a 66.38 per cent turnout, and will be returning to Scottish Parliament as a member.

Scottish Conservative and Unionist candidate Alexander Stewart was second, having received 25.6 per cent of votes.

Close behind him was Scottish Labour candidate Craig Miller, who took 23.7 per cent of all votes.

The Scottish Liberal Democrat's Ilyan Stefanov received 3.4 per cent of the votes cast.

Nearly 53,000 people were eligible to vote in the constituency on Thursday, May 6, and despite Covid-19 and restrictions, 35,078 took the chance to do so.

The election count in the constituency saw 135 rejected ballots.