There has been a small decline in the number of candidates standing in the General Election in the Anglia region compared with the election two years ago.
In total 330 candidates after votes in 69 constituencies across the Anglia region which is down 15 on the number that stood in 2017.
The number ranges from just three candidates in a few seats up to eight in Cambridge and Peterborough.
The Conservatives and Labour are standing in all 69 constituencies with the Liberal Democrats stepping aside in two - Luton South and Bury St Edmunds.
The Brexit Party are standing in only nine seats compared to 46 that UKIP contested in the Anglia region in 2017.
The party decided not to contest seats won by the Conservatives last time which amounts to 60 in the Anglia region.
Despite that in places like Clacton, Great Yarmouth, Huntingdon and Mid Norfolk candidates who were originally slated for Brexit Party are now standing as Independents.
There has been a big increase in candidates standing as Independents and Others - up from 24 to 44.
The Official Monster Raving Loony Party has increased from one candidate in the Anglia region last time to five standing in 2019.
Find out who is standing in your constituency in the Anglia region with our county-by-county guide
Polling day is Thursday 12 December when voting takes takes between 7am until 10pm.