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Welcome to our General Election 2017 live blog.
As readers prepare to cast their votes in Thursday's General Election, the Advertiser offers the candidates for the Newark seat a few final few words as they aim to win over public opinion.
As voters prepare to go to the polls in the General Election, more than 300 people attended a debate featuring the Newark candidates at Southwell Minster.
Members of the National Farmers’ Union quizzed UKIP’s General Election candidate for the Newark constituency at an event held in Coddington.
The Labour Party in Newark has been criticised for a social media post suggesting Theresa May’s leadership style was comparable to that of some of the world’s worst dictators.
The Conservative candidate for Newark has played down a Twitter post showing him in the same picture as the town’s former deputy mayor who resigned over a racism row.
A man who owns and operates several carparks in Newark is UKIP's candidate to contest the Nottingham East seat, where the incumbent is the Labour EU remainer Chris Leslie.
Newark General Election candidate Chantal Lee has pledged that, if elected, she will give away 10% of her salary to charity.
UKIP's candidate for Newark says the priority must be to ensure the country's democratic freedom before negotiating a trade deal.
It will be the first election experience for Labour’s Chantal Lee, who says she wants to turn the stereotypical image of an MP on its head.
Mr David Watts contested the Newark constituency in the 2014 by-election but did not stand in the 2015 General Election.
Mr Robert Jenrick will contest the Newark constituency for the third successive time, having triumphed in the 2014 by-election and 2015 General Election.