The Sheffield Green Party are the latest to nominate candidates to stand in the general election.
This follows the Labour announcements earlier in the week.
A campaign rally took place last night at the Central United Reformed Church in the city centre.
Seats will be contested in the Sheffield Central, Hallam, Heeley, and Brightside and Hillsborough constituencies.
Former party leader Natalie Bennett will contest the Sheffield Central seat for the Greens.
Logan Robin, chairman of the Sheffield Young Greens and Sheffield Youth for Europe, will stand in the Hallam consituency.
Christine Gilligan Kubo, a lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, will aim for a seat in the Brightside and Hillsborough constituency.
Declan Walsh is to contest the seat in the Heeley constituency.
The election takes place on June 8, just 35 days away.
Photo courtesy of: @SheffieldGreens