STV election profile: Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale
Peter Smith looks at the only Scots constituency to elect a Conservative MP in the last two elections.
After the last general election the Conservatives had just one Westminster representative in Scotland.
Polls suggest they could now be facing wipeout after a surge in SNP support in David Mundell's constituency of Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale.
The biggest threat to the Conservatives here is the SNP candidate Emma Harper.
Born in Stranraer, Harper grew up on a farm and currently works as a nurse. She only joined the SNP in 2010, and campaigned in the independence referendum.
In the second of a series of special reports, Peter Smith looks at the only area of the country to return a Tory MP in the last two general elections.
Standing in the constituency: Archie Ryburgh (Scottish Labour), Emma Mary Harper (SNP), Jody Jamieson (Scottish Greens), Amanda Kubie (Scottish Liberal Democrats) and David Mundell (Scottish Conservatives).
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