More candidates vying for general election seats across Derbyshire have been revealed.
In Amber Valley, Kate Smith will stand for the Liberal Democrats. Two of her confirmed opponents are Conservative Nigel Mills and Labour's James Dawson.
Ross Shipman will stand for the Liberal Democrats in Bolsover. He will stand against UKIP's Philip Rose, Tory Helen Harrison and Labour's Dennis Skinner.
We told you earlier today that Spencer Pitfield will stand in Chesterfield for the Conservatives. Joining Mr Pitfield will be Labour's Toby Perkins, Dave Wadsworth - from The Green Party - and Tom Snowdon of the Liberal Democrats.
In Erewash, Martin Garnett from the Liberal Democrats and Green Party member Ralph Hierons will compete with Labour's Catherine Atkinson and Conservative Maggie Throup for the seat.
Charles Lawley, of the Liberal Democrats, has said he will stand in High Peak. Two of his already confirmed opponents will be Tory Andrew Bingham and Labour's Ruth George.
In North East Derbyshire, David Lomax - from the Liberal Democrats - will stand against The Green Party's Dave Kesteven, as well as Labour Party member Natascha Engel and Tory Lee Rowley.
Liberal Democrat Andrew Hollyer will stand in Derbyshire Dales, as will Matt Buckler from The Green Party. Tory Patrick McLoughlin and Labour's Andy Botham will also fight for the seat.
And in South Derbyshire, Tory Heather Wheeler will face Labour's Robert Pearson, Lorraine Johnson, from the Liberal Democrats, and Green Party member Marten Kats.