Polling stations have opened in Brighton and Hove with the first trickle of voters turning out early. For a full list of candidates see below.
The wet and windy weather will present challenges to the political parties trying to encourage people to vote in the first December election since 1923.
The number of people with a vote in the three Brighton and Hove constituencies totals 223,203, with the weather expect dampen turnout.
The electorate is up in all three constituencies since the general election in May 2017 – and higher than in 2015.
Five candidates are battling it out in Brighton Kemptown, including three current or former members of Brighton and Hove City Council.
The electorate in Brighton Kemptown, which includes part of the area served by Lewes District Council, totals 69,833.
Seven candidates have entered the fray in Brighton Pavilion, with 79,057 people having registered to vote.
In Hove there are also seven candidates, with 74,313 registered voters.
Turnout last time was 72.7 per cent in Brighton Kemptown, 76.62 per cent in Brighton Pavilion and 77.75 per cent in Hove. Nationally the figure was 69 per cent.
The candidates in Brighton Kemptown are
Graham Cushway – Brexit Party
Joe Miller – Conservative
Alexandra Phillips – Green
Lloyd Russell-Moyle – Labour
Ben Thomas – Liberal Democrat
The candidates in Brighton Pavilion are
Bob Dobbs – Independent
Nigel Furness – UK Independence Party (UKIP)
Emma Hogan – Conservative
Adam Imanpour – Labour
Caroline Lucas – Green
Richard Milton – Brexit Party
Citizen Skwith – Monster Raving Loony Party
The candidates in Hove are
Beatrice Bass – Liberal Democrat
Dame Dixon – Monster Raving Loony Party
Angela Hancock – Brexit Party
Peter Kyle – Labour
Robert Nemeth – Conservative
Charlotte Sabel – Independent
Ollie Sykes – Green