On May 5, residents will go to the polls to vote for a new London Mayor as well as vote for a new Assembly member to represent their constituency.
With west London voters coming under either Brent and Harrow, Ealing and Hillingdon or West Central (The City of Westminster , Hammersmith and Fulham and Kensington and Chelsea ), here's our guide to who will be running for which areas.
Who are the West Central candidates?
The current Assembly Member (AM) for the area is Kit Malthouse, who is not contesting the seat.
However, we asked the five candidates battling it out for your vote what their priorities are for the central boroughs.
Here's a round up of what each of them told getwestlondon.
Who are the Brent and Harrow AM hopefuls?
In 2012, he was re-elected, increasing his majority by 18 times and seeing off competition from conservative candidate Sachin Rajput.
Who are the Ealing and Hillingdon constituency candidates hoping to win your vote?
Dr Onkar Sahota has been the member of the London Assembly for Ealing and Hillingdon since 2012, becoming the first Labour party candidate to be elected in the superconstituency.
He took the position with a 3,110 vote majority, representing a 9.2% swing, defeating incumbent Conservative party member Richard Barnes, who was the Deputy Mayor of London and former Hillingdon Councillor .
getwestlondon spoke to the 2016 election candidates for the constituency - here's why they think you should vote for them.
Don't forget, May 5 is also the day Londoners head to the polls to vote for their new Mayor.
And if you're still unsure who to vote, everything you need to know about what the Mayoral candidates promise for the city is in our handy Mayoral election guide .