Six candidates have been on the campaign trail for two seats and a deputy role representing the London Borough of Hillingdon in the UK Youth Parliament 2014.
From 24 February to 28 February youngsters at borough schools will be voting to decide the winners.
UK Youth Parliament members represent the views of young people in the borough at various events, speak at the House of Commons and could have the chance to participate in TV and radio interviews.
The candidates' manifestos:
Hind Jain, 15, from Hillingdon. "I believe the youth will run an incredible country one day. To start this I want to break stereotypes and show our true potential.
"My priority would be to speak to as many young people as possible, collate your views and with these I will fight my hardest to make ourselves heard."
Katie Turner, 17, from Ruislip. "My name is Katie Turner and I am currently an AS student at Bishop Ramsey school.
"I am interested in both law and politics and am very keen to become a member of the youth parliament. If elected, I will represent all young people in a mature and confident manor, ensuring the voice of Hillingdon youth is heard."
Atlantik Bikliqi, 17, from Hayes and Harlington. "There are no words to describe the amount of passion I have for us young people in Hillingdon. We are the future doctors, lawyers and politicians so it's up to us to shape our community for our benefit.
"My main priority is sorting out youth unemployment however this is not my only aim. Let's not be oceans apart."
Courtney Thompson, 16, from Hillingdon. "I'm known for being a diverse individual and I strive not to be a just a success but to be of value. Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time.
"We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek."
Serife Gunal, 17, from West Drayton. "I voted for votes@16 in my previous term as MYP because I firmly believe in a greater inclusion of young people in democracy.
"Not only do I wish to finish what I've started but I'm incredibly passionate about representing the views of young people in Hillingdon."
Berill Bihari, 16, from West Drayton. "I believe our future is created by what we do today not tomorrow. I am here to speak out, to make a change, to be your voice. Because we are the future."