The major political parties have now all announced their candidates for the upcoming Copeland by-election.
The seat has been vacated by Jamie Reed MP, who has resigned in favour of a job at Sellafield.
Polls will open on February 23rd.
Find out more about each candidate, and their parties, below:
A former hospital doctor has been appointed as Labour's candidate in the upcoming Copeland by-election.
Gillian Troughton, who was once a driver for St John's ambulance service, faces a tough battle for the West Cumbrian seat.
Troughton believes Labour winning Copeland would prevent the Conservatives from taking away public health services from the constituency:
According to her professional page online, Troughton worked as a junior doctor at Frimley Park and Kent & Canterbury hospitals, before becoming a school governor at Moresby Primary School in Whitehaven.
Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn has expressed his support for the party's choice:
A local NHS worker has been announced as UKIP's candidate for the Copeland by-election.
Fiona Mills, who was UKIP's candidate in Carlisle during the General Election, says she is "honoured and delighted" about the selection:
UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall has expressed his support for the new candidate:
The Conservative Party has announced its candidate for the Copeland by-election.
Trudy Harrison, 40, has spent time working for Copeland Borough Council and at Sellafield, and works as project manager mainly in the construction and energy industries.
She lives in Bootle with her husband and four teenage daughters:
- Party Website - Conservatives
The Liberal Democrats last night selected Rebecca Hanson as their candidate for the Copeland by-election.
Ms Hanson is a Liberal Democrat Councillor in West Cumbria where she worked as a teacher, lecturer and education advisor.
She grew up in Newcastle, is married to a nuclear engineer and has five children:
- Party Website - Liberal Democrats
The Green Party has announced its candidate for the Copeland constituency by-election.
Jack Lenox, an anti-nuclear power campaigner, has lived in Copeland for four years and works as a software engineer:
Jonathan Bartley, Green Party co-leader, said: