Voters head to the polls on Thursday, December 12 for a third general election in four years.
In Doncaster North, Labour currently has a 14,000 vote majority in this seat. Former Labour leader Ed Miliband is standing again.
The Conservatives finished second back in 2017 with 11,687 votes.
The constituency of Doncaster North includes places such as Mexborough, Spotbrough, Moorends, Askern, Stainforth, Carcroft, Fishlake and Bentley.
In Don Valley, incumbent Caroline Flint has the smallest majority in Doncaster’s three seats defending a margin of 5,169
The Conservatives came in second place with 19,182 votes and will be hoping to go one better this time around.
The constituency of Don Valley includes places such as Conisbrough, Denaby, Edlington, Warmsworth, Finningley, Hatfield, Rossington, Thorne.
Six candidates are running to be elected as the MP for Doncaster Central.
Labour is defending the seat. Rosie Winterton is standing again and has a majority of 10,131.
Ms Winterton ran to replace John Bercow as Speaker of the House but lost out to Lindsay Hoyle.
The Conservatives finished second in 2017 polling 14,784 votes.
The seat represents areas such as Armthorpe, Balby, Bessacarr and Cantley, Edenthorpe, Kirk Sandall, Intake, Barnby Dun, Town Moor and Wheatley.
The full list of candidates in Doncaster Central
Surjit Singh - Brexit Party
Leon French - Yorkshire Party
Paul Horton - Liberal Democrats
Frank Sheridan - Green Party
Roberto Weeden-Sanz - Conservative Party
Rosie Winterton - Labour Party
The full list of candidates in Doncaster North
Wendy Bailey - Independent
Frank Calladine - English Democrats
Stevie Manion - Yorkshire Party
Ed Miliband - Labour Party
Joe Otten - Liberal Democrats
Katrina Sale - Conservative Party
Andy Stewart - Brexit Party
Eddie Todd - Independent
Neil Wood - Independent
The full list of candidates in Don Valley
Mark Alcock - Liberal Democrats
Nick Fletcher - Conservative Party
Caroline Flint - Labour Party
Chris Holmes - Yorkshire Party
Kate Needham - Green Party
Alan Whitehurst - Brexit Party