On 1 May 2008, the election for the most powerful, directly elected post in the UK will take place - London's mayor.
And the man who wins the battle for the votes - with policies covering transport and pollution to congestion and counter-terrorism - will also have a potentially huge influence on policies elsewhere across the country.
On the Politics Show this Sunday, all three candidates for the mayoral post, Ken Livingstone, Boris Johnson and Brian Paddick will go head to head, answering your questions.
So whether you live in Bolton or Battersea, Cleckheaton or Clapham, let us know what question you would like Jon Sopel to put to the men who would be London mayor - send your question in the e-mail form below.
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