The campaigns have devised their sound-bites, booked the billboards, posed for their team photos, and printed off millions of leaflets.
Today, the marathon run up to the referendum on Scottish independence marks one year to go until voters get a chance to have their say on the biggest decision the nation has ever faced.
First Minister Alex Salmond last night described it as a “once in a generation” event.
Scottish Secretary Michael Moore went one further and described it as “once in a lifetime”. Both agreed that it was undeniably “historic”.
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Today marks the beginning of the campaign to get our votes. So how should we vote on September 18th 2014 – should Catholics vote for Scottish independence? Are there any “Catholic” issues?