Voting on May 5 for your next London Mayor, but not sure who deserves your vote just yet? Here's a handy guide of all the candidates and what they are offering the city.

Zac Goldsmith

Zac Goldsmith

Party: Conservative Party

The son of a late billionaire and Richmond Park MP, Goldsmith was quizzed on London's key issues by getwestlondon as his campaign began to hot up.

Read: 14 things Goldsmith wants to change about London

Sadiq Khan

Sadiq Khan, who employed Shueb Salar more than two years after the offensive messages were sent

Party: Labour Party

The Tooting MP, who prides himself on growing up on a council estate, talked about why young people should vote, his transport policies and plans to oppose Heathrow third runway extension .

READ MORE: 14 things Sadiq Khan has pledged to voters this election

Caroline Pidgeon

Caroline Pidgeon wearing a Save Earls Court badge

Party: Liberal Democrats

Leader of the party in the London Assembly, Caroline Pidgeon has a long standing record of working within City Hall to make changes in transport, education and policing. She has pledged to build "tonnes more homes for Londoners".

READ MORE: 14 things the Lib Dems are promising to change in London

Sian Berry

Green Mayoral candidate Sian Berry

READ MORE: Green Party

Educated at Oxford University before heading up the Green Energy Works Campaign which launched her career in politics, the candidate is putting the environment at the heart of the party's campaign.

READ MORE: 14 things the Green Party are pledging this election

George Galloway

The Respect Party tweeted this picture of George Galloway on his way to hospital

Party: RESPECT Party

With a history in politics, Galloway discussed Brexit, the NHS and housing with getwestlondon .

READ MORE: Six things the RESPECT party want to change about London

Sophie Walker

Women's Equality Party candidate for Mayor of London, Sophie Walker

Party: Women's Equality Party

A party determined to address the needs of women and children as well as the rest of the city, former journalist turned politician Sophie Walker explained why the WEP is important and how they've risen this election .

READ MORE: 14 things WEP will do for London if you vote for Sophie Walker

Peter Whittle

Whittle pledges to "put Londoners first"

Party: UK Independence Party

A born and bred Londoner and the only LGBT candidate, Peter Whittle is running for London Mayorship with the hope of tackling immigration and community issues at the forefront

READ MORE: Six things UKIP want to change about London

Lee Harris

Party candidate Lee Harris told getwestlondon their priority is to end marijuana prohibition in the city

Party: Cannabis is Safer Than Alcohol Party

Making the legalising of cannabis the priority, getwestlondon dug deeper and asked Lee Harris what he would do if he woke up and find himself as London's Mayor

READ MORE: Six things the Cannabis is Safer Than Alcohol Party want to change about London

Prince John Zylinski

Party: Independent

An aristocratic heir and Polish prince, former property developer and businessman John Zylinski has three main goals - to tackle housing, bring communities together and drastically reduce transport costs. getwestlondon spoke to him about how he plans to make these changes

READ MORE: Six things Independent candidate Zylinski wants to change for London

Ankit Love

getwestlondon got the first interview with One Love Party London Mayor candidate Ankit Love

Party: One Love

Mysterious and ambitious, music producer Ankit Love spoke exclusively to getwestlondon about his plans for the city , how the party began and why people will vote for him this May

READ MORE: 11 things the One Love Party want to change in London

David Furness

David Furness BNP

Party: British National Party

The BNP's west London organiser, David Furness was a London Assembly member for the party before retiring.

getwestlondon has approached Mr Furness for comment.

Paul Golding

Paul Golding. Pic: Facebook

Party: Britain First

With the aim of highlighting immigration issues the city faces, Paul Golding has come forward to lead the party to talk about what concerns Londoners have about job security, the EU and disability cuts.

READ MORE: Seven things Britain First wants to highlight in its Mayoral campaign