Still wondering how to vote?
In this last debate we saw the real choice in this election. In a debate where other politicians wanted to shout at each other about the arguments of the past, Kezia Dugdale stood head and shoulders above the rest by putting forward a positive case to unite Scotland and move on to the opportunities of the future.
The next five years should be about protecting public services, creating new opportunities for our young people, and building a fairer Scotland - rather than rerunning the arguments of the past.
Kez made clear the three priorities Labour has for the next five years - using the new powers of the Scottish Parliament to tax the richest 1% so we can invest in schools and stop the cuts to public services. That's a positive vision for the next five years.
If people want to stop the cuts, they need to use both their votes for Labour on Thursday. Every Labour MSP in the Scottish Parliament will be a voice against the cuts and for investing in public services.
Watch the debate here