In the last General Election, six candidates ran for parliament in the Boston and Skegness constituency.
As it stands, there will be a choice of eight for voters come May 7.
In 2010, The Conservative Party took the bulk of the votes, some 49.4 per cent of those cast or 21,325.
The Labour Party were second on 20.6 per cent (8,899), with Liberal Democrats in third on 14.8 per cent (6,371).
UKIP, considered to be a major contender in 2015, came fourth on 9.5 per cent - some 4,081 votes.
The British National Party came fifth on 5.3 per cent (2,278).
Sixth place went to an independent candidate who attracted 0.4 per cent of the vote (171).
The turnout was 61.1 per cent or 43,125.
This year’s contenders are:
The Rev Robert West, British National Party
Matt Warman, The Conservative Party
Victoria Percival, Green Party
Chris Pain, An Independence from Europe Party
Paul Kenny, The Labour Party
David Watts, Liberal Democrats
Lyn Luxton, The Pilgrim Party
Robin Hunter-Clarke, UK Independence Party
Lyn Luxton had been due to stand for The Lincolnshire Independents, but announced earlier this month she would be standing down from the role of their prospective parliamentary candidate following a dispute with the party.
A replacement candidate has yet to be announced.