(USA TODAY) As Scots take to the polls Thursday to decide whether Scotland formally secedes from the United Kingdom, Daniel Miller will be glued to the TV in his Nederland, Texas, home.
As the director of the Texas Nationalist Movement, a group exploring how to secede from the U.S., Miller is a little jealous of the opportunity Scots are getting.
"We're excited that they are able to have a voice, to be able to go to the polls and voice their political will on the issue of self-determination," he said. "We're hoping for a 'Yes' vote."
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