UKIP leader Paul Nuttall is to stand in Boston and Skegness in Lincolnshire in June's General Election.
Announcing his bid on Saturday, he said the seat voted "overwhelmingly" for Leave in the EU referendum last year.
The constituency, held by the Conservatives in 2015 with UKIP second, recorded the highest Leave vote, with 75.6% choosing to leave the EU.
Will he win?
The area he's standing in voted for Brexit but does that translate in a post Article 50 world into a vote for UKIP when the Conservatives won the seat before?
My feeling is the Conservatives will retain the seat. The issue over Nuttall's housing in the last by-election has probably ended his chances of ever winning a seat, but we'll see.