The SNP have held on to both seats in Angus, amid a night of drama at the count.
Graeme Dey gained 15,622 votes to keep Angus south, while Mairi Evans held Angus north and Mearns with 13,417 votes.
The counts eventually came in after a number of delays to the announcement, and a Lib Dem candidate did not take the stage after taking ill and being treated by paramedics.
A close second to Ms Evans was the Conservative Alex Johnstone who gained 10,945 votes, followed by Labours John Ruddy on 2752 votes and Lib Dem Euan Davidson on 2265 votes.
Following the result Mairi Evans said it would be an honour and a privilege to go forward to serve the people of the constituency.
However the Conservative candidate closed the SNP majority in Angus South by gaining 11,318 votes.
Labour candidate Joanne Mcfadden gained 3,773 votes and Lib Dem Clive Sneddon took 1,216 votes.
SNP hold Angus south and Angus North and Mearns
— Lindsey Hamilton (@LindseyhamL) May 6, 2016
After being announced as the winner, Mr Dey told the Tele nothing could be taken for granted in an elections campaign.
“We fought an energetic, positive campaign that took us to all the towns and villages in Angus,” he said.
The turnout in Angus South exceeded expectations with 56.81% of people, 32,052, voting.
Following the announcement a delighted Mr Dey thanked his team for their dedication and hard work.
Kirstene Hair said she was “absolutely delighted” with the result.
“We have more than doubled our vote in Angus South.
“I have only been standing for three months and it has absolutely paid off.
” This result shows the tide is turning. We have completely slashed the SNP majority. ”
Dey previously had a majority of 58%, which has dropped to 48%.
There was also drama at the Saltire Centre in the early hours just before the Angus south result was announced.
Lib Dem candidate Clive Sneddon is understood to have taken unwell.
Paramedics were called and attended to him.
However, he did not require to go to hospital.
He also did not appear on the platform for the announcement of the count.