V.O. Devlin, 50, says he's spent his life as one of Scotland's million-plus disillusioned citizens, never having made it to the polls to vote a single time. But for the vote on independence Thursday, he said that and he believes hundreds of thousands of other Scots finally see a reason for hope in politics. "If the "no vote" wins, I'll be crushed," he said in Edinburgh, September 15, 2014. (Claudia Himmelreich/McClatchy)
V.O. Devlin, 50, says he's spent his life as one of Scotland's million-plus disillusioned citizens, never having made it to the polls to vote a single time. But for the vote on independence Thursday, he said that and he believes hundreds of thousands of other Scots finally see a reason for hope in politics. "If the "no vote" wins, I'll be crushed," he said in Edinburgh, September 15, 2014. (Claudia Himmelreich/McClatchy) McClatchy
V.O. Devlin, 50, says he's spent his life as one of Scotland's million-plus disillusioned citizens, never having made it to the polls to vote a single time. But for the vote on independence Thursday, he said that and he believes hundreds of thousands of other Scots finally see a reason for hope in politics. "If the "no vote" wins, I'll be crushed," he said in Edinburgh, September 15, 2014. (Claudia Himmelreich/McClatchy) McClatchy

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