We've had Conservative Dr Luke Evans: stewartbintauthor.weebly.com/stewart-bints-blog/dr-luke-evans-conservative-parliamentary-candidate
Labour's Rick Middleton: stewartbintauthor.weebly.com/stewart-bints-blog/for-the-many-not-the-few
For the Green Party: Mick Gregg: https://stewartbintauthor.weebly.com/stewart-bints-blog/why-the-greens-are-near-the-top-of-a-blind-taste-test
And today it's the turn of Lib Dem Michael Mullaney
Michael Mullaney was the Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate for Bosworth in 2010,2015 and 2017 each time getting the highest Liberal Democrat vote in the East Midlands.
Michael has been a Councillor for Hinckley since 2011 having been elected four times a councillor.
He lives in Hinckley with his family.
I have been involved in a series of campaigns to save vital local services.
In 2012/2013 I helped lead the campaign which save Hinckley ambulance station when it was faced with closure and succeeded in keeping it open.
In 2015/16 I campaigned to stop plans that would have seen Hinckley's second fire engine axed.
I've been involved in campaigns to save vital local services in villages in our borough such as bus services and sure start Children's Centres in places like Barwell when they were threatened with closure.
More recently following the removal of X-ray facilities from Hinckley Hospital I campaigned to get xray services back in Hinckley and am delighted that the health authority has agreed to return them to the town.
Hinckley and Bosworth has been let down by the Tories. We have among the worst funded schools in the country. This leads to us having one of the worst levels of social mobility in the country. Someone born poor in our area is more likely to stay there throughout their lives than they are in most other places.
This urgently needs changing. Young people in Hinckley and Bosworth deserve a fair chance in life and that means properly funded schools. Our NHS is underfunded we need a new facility for our large and growing population like a Walk-in Centre or Minor Injuries Unit, instead we've had to fight to save basic local services like X-rays in Hinckley.
As Hinckley and Bosworth's MP I would bang the drum and speak up in Parliament for the extra resources for health education and police we need locally. Every seat in Leicestershire County voted Tory last time. The Tories take our area for granted and think we will continue to vote for them while they fail to give our vital local services the funds they need.
We need a change in Hinckley and Bosworth and we can get a change here. In May Liberal Democrats gained the council from the Conservatives. For the first time ever we won the popular vote with Lib Dems getting 42% Tories 36% and Labour just 15%. In the European elections Lib Dem's got more votes than the Tories and Labour here.
There's a real chance for change here in Bosworth this time. We can elect a new Lib Dem MP who lives locally and who has a track record of campaigning for years for our vital local services health, education and other key services.