According to BBC Welsh Affairs editor Vaughan Roderick:
"A striking result at Wrexham. There were people who had thought the whole north east would vote No. But the change this time, compared with 1997 is incredible. And compared to 1979 it is a total transformation. It's possible that scarcely anywhere will vote No this time."
The change of attitude across the north-east is sensational. Wrecsam, Denbighshire and Flintshire all rejected devolution in 1997. In 2011 they have all voted in favour.
Plaid Cymru members and supporters can give themselves a deserved pat on the back. They have delivered the overwhelming majority of "yes for Wales" leaflets and newspapers in the north east, where the Tory Party (with the honourable exception of Mark Isherwood) has been negative and the Lib Dems have been ineffective.
Now we have the tools to improve Wales, we need a stronger voice from the north-east in Cardiff to advance the needs of people here. That can only be achieved by voting for Plaid candidates in Wrecsam, Clwyd South, Alyn and Deeside and Delyn.