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From potholes to policy! Your chance to pose a question to the people who want to be your next MP in Lincolnshire and Rutland





There may be a General Election looming, but what do the candidates in your constituency really feel about the issues that matter most to you?

We’re all well aware of the major parties and their policies. And, of course, the majority of our prospective parliamentary candidates will be toeing the line when it comes to these matters.

But if these hopefuls really want to represent the people of Lincolnshire and Rutland, it’s vital for voters to know what their future MP feels about the burning issues affecting us all.

There will be boundary changes in Lincolnshire for the upcoming election
There will be boundary changes in Lincolnshire for the upcoming election

From potholes to policy and tourism to taxation LincsOnline want to give you, our readers, the opportunity to pose your questions to your candidates - whether affiliated or independent - ahead of polling day on July 4.

Whether your concern is on a national scale, or affecting you and your neighbours, we want to give you the unique chance to have a direct line to the people who want to be your next MP, whether that’s Gainsborough or Grantham, Stamford or Skegness or one of the many wonderful areas in between.

You may also want to get acquainted with your new candidates following the electoral boundary changes which are being brought in.

The new Stamford and Rutland boundary
The new Stamford and Rutland boundary

For your chance to ask the PPCs about the issues that matter most to you and your community, we are asking you to email your question to us at news@lincsonline.co.uk.

The deadline for submissions will be 10am on Monday (June 10), by which time the deadline for nominations has passed.

Key questions for voters ahead of the General Election.

We will submit the relevant questions chosen to the candidates in each constituency, with their responses to be published at a date to be confirmed.

Changes to the Grantham and Bourne boundary
Changes to the Grantham and Bourne boundary

Please include ‘Candidate Questions’ in your email header and also remember to add which constituency your question relates to in your message.

Due to the volume of submissions we unfortunately may not be able to include all questions.



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