NEARLY 50 people gathered in Stroud last night to hear what Gloucestershire's potential Police and Crime Commissioner had to say.
The hustings, organised by Victim Support, saw all four candidates bidding for the role introduce themselves and answer questions from the public.
Victoria Atkins (Conservative), Alistair Cameron (Lib Dem), Rupi Dhanda (Labour) and Martin Surl (Independent) all tried to convince the audience to vote for them.
Issues from the Hillsborough disaster to the badger cull were put to those standing for the election.
Voters will go to the polls on November 15.
To hear more on what they had to say, see tomorrow's paper.