Now, all political constituencies are different, but Brighton Pavilion can rightly claim to be unique.
It's the only place in the country that has elected a Green Party MP - last time with a majority of almost 8,000.
There are 76,500 voters in the constituency. At the last election, two years' ago, the turnout was 71%.
In the Census, it says around 18% of the population there - almost 14,000 people - are aged between 18 and 24. Around 43% of them voted in 2015.
There are just under 8,000 voters over 65 - and 78% went to the polls!
The city itself, voted to remain in the EU Referendum.
Malcolm Shaw reports.
Here's a full list of the candidates standing in the Brighton Pavilion constituency:
- Ian Verdun Buchanan, UK Independence Party
- Solomon Curtis, Labour
- Caroline Lucas, Green
- Emma Warman, Conservative
- Nick Yeomans, Independent
A fascinating fact about Brighton: Did you know that when ABBA won the Eurovision song contest with 'Waterloo' in 1974, it was in Brighton! The event was held at the Brighton Dome concert hall which is still a popular arts venue today.