General Election 2019: Voters are going to the polls today in Newark, Sherwood and across the country. Cast yours' and help shape the fate of the nation
Voters in today's General Election have been heading to the polls all morning to elect the next Government.
Who will be elected? Will there be a majority? Will Brexit be resolved because of what happens today?
Help influence the future both locally and nationally by casting your vote, just as people have been doing at this polling station at the Charles Street Methodist Church, Newark.
You have until 10pm.
Advertiser reporters will be at tonight's counts in both the Newark and Sherwood constituencies, bringing you the action as it happens, the declaration as to who the MPs are, their reaction and the shaping of the new Government.
Declarations are due at around 4am in Newark and in Sherwood, and we'll be reporting live, so stay with us.
Those standing to represent Newark in Parliament are:
James Baggaley (Labour)
Jay Henderson (Green Party)
Robert Jenrick (Conservative)
David Watts (Liberal Democrats)
Those standing for the Sherwood Constituency are:
Tim Ball (Liberal Democrats)
Esther Cropper (Green Party)
Jerry Hague (Labour)
Simon Rood (Independent)
Mark Spencer (Conservative)
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