Dornan facing five challengers
Voters in Castlemilk, King’s Park and Croftfoot will have six candidates to choose from when they go to the polls on May 5.
James Dornan is defending the seat for the SNP having won in 2011 by over 1,500 votes.
He defeated former Glasgow City Council leader, Charlie Gordon to take the seat with 45 per cent of the vote.
Mr Dornan is a former Langside councillor and was a deputy whip in the last government.
Trying to win the seat back for Labour will be Soryia Siddique, a councillor for the Southside ward.
Kyle Thornton will again contest a seat for the Conservatives.
Last year, he stood for the Glasgow South constituency in the general election, winning just under 10 per cent of the vote on his way to a third place finish.
Another well known face will be running for the Liberal Democrats. Baillie Margot Clark is a former councillor for King’s Park and the current councillor for the Linn ward on Glasgow City Council.
Brian Smith will run for the Scottish Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition, as he did in Glasgow South last year, winning just 299 votes.
Finally, Chris Creighton will stand as an independent.
Voters in Toryglen will help decide who wins the Glasgow Central constituency, with Nicola Sturgeon the overwhelming favourite to retain the seat for the SNP.
Fariha Janet Thomas will run for Labour, Graham Hutchison for the Conservatives and Kevin Lewsey for the Liberal
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