It is less than a week until polling day in this year's local elections.
Kingston's ruling Liberal Democrats will hope to maintain control in the face of a renewed Tory challenge, while Labour could be kingmakers if they regain just a few seats.
Other parties are hoping to gain from what they see as voters' disappointment with the council.
Polling stations open next Thursday, May 22, at 7am and close at 10pm.
Below you can find links to the Surrey Comet's coverage of each party's campaign and strategy.
- Lib Dems battling as Tories target council leader's ward
- A new red dawn? Labour eyes Norbiton and Grove for return to Guildhall
- 'You're not doing anything': UKIP counting on voters' disillusionment with councillors
- Busy on the gnome front: unorthodox campaigning method for Green candidate
- 'We are looking for a real wage that people can live off': Tusc set out their stall
- Benefit fraud suspect Independent councillor says he is 'strong candidate' for re-election
- The British National Party is standing a single candidate, David Child, in St James ward