Take part in the BBC's Scottish Parliament election debates

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Would you like to hold politicians and prominent figures to account? Have your say across TV, radio and online, in a new BBC Scotland initiative.

We are looking for people from all parts of Scotland to join our voter panel and share your stories, questions and concerns in the run up to the Scottish elections.

This is shaping up to be the most important election of recent times and this is your opportunity to discuss the issues that really matter and to be part of the action as the election unfolds.

We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds, as we are aiming to represent a diverse range of political opinion from across the whole of Scotland.

You must be available, with advanced notice, from March to May 2021.

If you are passionate and willing to share your views on television (via video link), on radio broadcasts and on BBC online or social media, then we'd love to hear from you.

You can apply to be part of this panel if you live in Scotland and are eligible to vote in the Scottish election.

If you are reading this page on the BBC News app, you will need to visit the mobile version of the BBC website, or go to bbc.co.uk/scotvoters in a web browser, to submit your application. If you have any questions about your personal data, please contact us. The BBC will keep your information secure and will only share it in accordance with the Scotland Voter Panel 21's privacy notice and you agree to the BBC's Terms of Use.