General election 2019: What questions do you have?

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What do Yorkshire and Lincolnshire voters want to know ahead of the general election?

The election campaign is under way and on 12 December the UK will go to the polls.

Voters across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, from parts of large cities to small rural communities, will mark their cross on the ballot papers.

Transport issues could be a priority for voters as talks continue over how to tackle travel problems in Leeds.

The performance of hospitals in Lincolnshire or concerns over the environment and housebuilding in North Yorkshire could also be key.

There may be questions about the rules around tax credits in Hull or problems with knife crime in South Yorkshire.

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The Humber Bridge was given Grade I listed status by Historic England in 2017

We want to know what questions you have about the local issues that matter to you in this election.

Here are some we've already answered:

Use the form below to send us your questions and we could be in touch.

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