With three weeks to go until the country goes to the ballot box, the four candidates in Wokingham are busy trying to win your vote. 

For The Labour Party, Andy Croy will stand, having scooped up 8,132 votes in 2015 - a 14.5 per cent overall share. To find out more, click here. 

For the Liberal Democrats, Clive Jones looks to make the transition from local to national politics. He returned with 7,572 votes two years ago, a 14.5 per cent drop compared to the Lib Dem 2010 candidate, Prue Bray. To find out more, click here. 

For The Green Party, Russell Seymour runs for the first time, after Adrian Windisch picked up 2,092 votes last time around. To find out more, click here. 

And for The Conservatives, John Redwood is hoping to take on an eighth term. In 2015 he returned with a decisive 57.7 per cent of the vote. To find out more, click here. 

UKIP decided not to run a candidate, giving way to the outspoken Tory Brexiteer.

A full run down of candidate profiles and their key policies will feature in next Wednesday's Wokingham News.