Find out who to vote for as Buckingham's county councillors
Online hustings event organised by the University of Buckingham gives voters the chance to meet the candidates and hear them answer questions
The University of Buckingham is hosting a live online hustings event on Sunday, for the upcoming Buckinghamshire Council elections.
Buckingham has two wards being contested in the election - Buckingham East and Buckingham West - with a total of 23 candidates to choose from.
Between them, the candidates represent four political parties - Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat and Green - plus Independent candidates.
Every person voting in the election can vote for up to three candidates.
With so much choice, how can you find out what each candidate stands for and decide who to vote for?
Step in the University of Buckingham, where Dean Jones has organised the virtual hustings event via Teams on Sunday, May 2.
The Buckingham East Ward Hustings takes place at 4.30pm and the Buckingham West Ward Hustings at 7pm. A recording will be made available on YouTube.
The event is being hosted and chaired by the University of Buckingham via Microsoft Teams.
Each party has been invited to answer four pre-submitted questions (two minutes per question per party) and each candidate is invited to speak for two minutes about why they are standing.
Then each party is invited to answer two live questions (two minutes per question per party).
In alphabetical order, the Buckingham East Candidates are:
Robina Ahmed (Labour)
Robert Brignall (Liberal Democrats)
Jon Harvey (Independent)
Gerald Loftus (Liberal Democrats)
Howard Mordue (Conservative)
Michael O'Mahony (Labour)
Ade Osibogun (Conservative)
Costas Peratopoullos (Independent)
Alex Price (Green)
Anwar Rashid (Labour)
Kevin Robinson (Green)
Anja Schaefer (Liberal Democrats)
Nicola Smith (Green)
Warren Whyte (Conservative)
To join the Buckingham East Ward Hustings at 4.30pm on Sunday, visit hereThe Buckingham West Candidates are:
Caroline Cornell (Conservative)
Fran Davies (Labour)
Patrick Fealey (Conservative)
Cody Garland (Green)
Howard Osbourne (Liberal Democrats)
Andrew Pegg (Liberal Democrats)
Sam Potts (Liberal Democrats)
Simon Strutt (Conservative)
Robin Stuchbury (Labour)
Ryan Willett (Labour)
To join the Buckingham West Ward Hustings at 7pm on Sunday, visit here