There is a sense of deja vu for three of the four candidates standing in Copeland in Thursday's General Election.
It's less than four months since Copeland's last by-election, when the Conservatives won the seat from Labour.
Now, the candidates are once again pounding the pavements and knocking on doors.
Katie Hunter has been out on the campaign trail with them:
- Herbert Crossman, UKIP
- Rebecca Hanson, Liberal Democrat
- Trudy Harrison, Conservative
- Gillian Troughton, Labour
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