Five candidates have now put their name in the hat to become Newbury’s MP at next month’s general election.
The latest is 23-year-old Wash Common resident Alex Skirvin, who is standing for the Labour Party.
He works at Vodafone, having started his career at media regulator OfCom.
Mr Skirvin said: “Newbury is where I live and work. It’s provided me a career, a new home and endless opportunities – that’s what I want for everyone.
“But for too long Newbury has been a Conservative stronghold. This cannot continue as we see sweeping cuts to public services such as the library closures and a crisis of affordability in the housing market.”
David Yates has also confirmed he will once again be standing as Apolitical, having previously done so in 2010.
Apolitical group officer Charlie Farrow said: “As Apoliticals, we regret the calling of this snap election as an expensive and cynical party political act.
“However, in the light of the worldwide trend in which citizens are rejecting the failed tribalism of established party politics, we are keen to give local people the opportunity to break the party political stronghold.”
Last week the Conservatives formally chose Richard Benyon, who has been the MP since 2005, as their candidate.
Judith Bunting is standing for the Lib Dems, while Paul Field is the Green Party candidate. Ukip are due to announce their candidate next week.