While the rest of the nation breathes a sigh of relief that the General Election is out of the way, voters in Staffordshire South still have it all to look forward to.
Labour is to choose a new contender for the seat, after previous candidate Penny Barber stood down yesterday.
Ms Barber, who runs a Birmingham charity, said it was not fair on the charity or voters to continue campaigning when she was needed at work.
The poll in Staffordshire South was delayed when Jo Harrison, the Liberal Democrat candidate, died during the campaign, aged 53.
Under the Representation of the People Act, this meant that voting had to be deferred.
The Staffordshire South ballot will take place on June 23.