Next Thursday (3rd May) Londoners will go to the polls and decide whether to elect Ken Livingstone or Boris Johnson as the next Mayor of London.
We’ll also elect 25 Assembly members to hold that Mayor to account.
Elsewhere London Elects have published lots of easy to understand information about how the election works and how to vote.
There’s also an electronic copy of the official London election booklet which contains mini-manifestos from the seven Mayoral candidates.
And for those wanting a little extra info, there’s even a video showing how the count system works.
If you’re still unsure who to vote for you can use the Vote Match tool to learn which candidate best matches your vision for London.
Still not sure if you’re going to vote?
At the previous three City Hall elections only a minority of those eligible to vote bothered to do so.
It’d be great if the next Mayor and Assembly could say they’d been elected by a majority of Londoners and, more importantly, for as many Londoners as possible to know they shaped the decisions made over the next 4 years.