09:28AM, Friday 10 April 2015
Voters will take to the ballot boxes on Thursday, May 7, for the parliamentary elections.
In the Maidenhead constituency, there are seven candidates.
Emily Blyth will stand for the Green Party, Herbie Crossman for the UKIP Independence Party, Joe Wilcox for Class War and Ian Taplin is an independent candidate.
Tony Hill will represent the Liberal Democrats, Theresa May for The Conservative party and Charles Smith will stand for the Labour Party.
The election is combined with an election of councillors for the borough wards within Windsor and Maidenhead, which is being held on the same day.
It will also run alongside the election for councillors for the borough wards within the Wokingham Borough area.
For the Windsor constituency, there are six candidates, with Adam Afriyie representing the Conservative Party, Fiona Dent the Labour Party and Wisdom Da Costa standing as an independent.
George Fussey will stand for the Liberal Democrats, Tariq Malik for the UK Independence Party and Derek Wall for the Green Party.
The election is combined with an election of councillors for the borough wards within Windsor and Maidenhead, Slough Borough Council area and Bracknell Forest Council area, which will run on the same day.
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