General Election 2017: You tell us what's important to you
"Whenever the Government says they're going to do something, that they act on it."
"I would like to see whoever becomes Prime Minister to be open, honest and stick to their word."
"We need to make sure that Brexit happens and make sure that the economy is where it should be."
"The Government has to listen to people and do the things that it promises."
"I'm not to sure about everything, but it is important that the NHS is saved."
"I'm not too sure. Making sure that pensioners are okay and have enough money would be good, though."
"We need a man in charge. She shouldn't be there. She wasn't elected."
"We need to sort the NHS. I've experienced what it's like because my wife has been in hospital. That's the most important thing."
"We need to make sure that the NHS is as good as it can be."
"I think we need to keep a tighter control on the benefits system. I was ill recently - I couldn't really walk - and I wasn't able to get any, but there are people who aren't as bad as I was and are able to claim them."
"What I would like to ask the candidates is...disabled people have been hit hard recently, with cuts in both social and mental care not to mention having their benefits reassessed by incompetent companies like Atos, Capita and Maximus.
"Will the candidates guarantee that these companies will be taken to task about their failings and not be allowed when their contract has expired to bid for them again.
"Also that the social and physical needs of the disabled will be acknowledged by the government and will no longer be treated like second class citizens."
"I want them to make sure my little man is guaranteed free health care; when his chest is bad he gets oxygen, when his legs are tight and in pain give this boy an operation to help him instead of wasting money on boob jobs and tuck! Give my son what he needs to live a healthy life!
"Stop giving benefits to people who can work and give them back to the people who really can't."
"For too long, young people have been ignored by establishment politicians and it is about time that they realise we are here and deserve to be listened to as much as everybody else.
"How can any government come forward and say that our next generation is going to be stronger than this one when our young people are being treated as scapegoats to make up shortfalls in departmental budgets?
"It's imperative that whichever party forms a government after the election does something about this straight away so that the next generation is better prepared and equipped to deal with the inevitable challenges they will face."
"I want a government that is going to fund our NHS and schools properly.
"Which will stop penalising people in arbitrary tick box exercises carried out by non-medical staff. I want politicians who will ensure the most vulnerable are helped, to reduce poverty and end this reliance we have on food banks.
"I want a treasury that is hard on tax evasion and ensures that the wealthiest pay their fair share whilst freezing tax for the poorly paid.
"I want an open and honest discussion on brexit. I don't want it to be a stand off. Diplomacy rather than posturing should be the order of the day."
Stuart Hosking-Durn, 43, Rochdale (Resilience and emergency planning manager at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust)
"I'm looking for honesty, integrity, transparency, fairness for all, a free education, NHS and a welfare system which supports the poorest and the neediest in society, a decent job market and fair wages, no petty party squabbling, name calling and aggression. But this is probably not going to happen is it?"
"I'm not surprised there's going to be another election. I think it's something Theresa May needed to do to prove a point. I would like the Conservatives to do well. I think the tables are turning."
"I hope Theresa May gets in and we get out of Europe. I know she was a remainer so I hope she doesn't make a mess of it. We just need to get out and get on with it."
"I hope that the Labour Party get in because they are the party for the ordinary people and they're the ones who need help now."
"I am hoping for a fairer society no matter who gets in, but I don't think it will ever happen."
"I just hope, whichever party gets in, that there will be a fairer future for everybody in the country."
"I am both hoping for and expecting the return of a Labour government and, therefore, social justice and a better deal for the dispossessed and disabled."
"I always vote on the basis of who is the best MP for our constituency. The election is a national decision so there isn't much we can do about it.
"We should just focus on our local area."
"I'm not keen on elections – it's just a vote between parties but I believe you should use your vote on a local basis – what the candidate will do for the local area.
"I would like Sue Hayman to do well – I think she's a brilliant MP. I think nationally the Tories will be best for Brexit but not for the NHS."
"I want Theresa May to get a landslide so Jeremy Corbyn doesn't get anywhere.
"I don't like the way other parties are trying to force her to say what she's going to do regarding Brexit. A good poker player keeps his cards close to his chest."
"I think the election is necessary. I would like the Conservatives to form a government, I think they are the only party who can get us through Brexit."