QPR have taken the extraordinary step of asking candidates in west London constituencies to sign a pledge keeping the club in the area.
When full, their on-off ground for the 97 last years can just about squeeze in 18,000, and everybody at the club realises Loftus Road is well past its sell-by date as a modern stadium.
As a result, Hoops have spent the last 18 months looking for a location in west London to build a new stadium.
The most viable opportunity is at Old Oak Common, just a couple of miles from South Africa Road.
It is currently the subject of a lengthy and potentially uncertain planning process, and fans are urging whoever wins tomorrow to back Rangers and help ensure they stay here.
Candidates from the main parties (Conservative, Labour, Lib Dem, Green and UKIP) in Hammersmith, Ealing Central and Acton, Ealing North, Ealing Southall, Brent Central and Brent North have been contacted.
The pledge urges them to: ‘if elected, to do everything in my power to help QPR stay in west London for another hundred years and beyond, securing its long-term future’.
So far, seven candidates have signed on the Rs dotted line. They include: Andy Slaughter (Lab, Hammersmith), Charlie Dewhirst (Con, Hammersmith), Milicent Scott (Lib Dem, Hammersmith), Richard Wood (UKIP, Hammersmith), John Poynton (UKIP, Ealing Southall), Rupa Huq (Lab, Ealing Central and Acton) and Alan Mendoza (Conservative, Brent Central).