From Monday, Herald Sun online gives you the opportunity to ask questions to the people who want to be Melbourne's next Lord Mayor.
Each day for two weeks, a mayoral candidate will participate in a lunchtime blog. So, if you care about your city and who will be its leader, join the discussion. It starts at noon on Monday.
Ballot papers will be issued later this week so if you not in a hurry to cast your vote you may get a chance to hear what's not being said in this "Policy vacuum election".
Governance issues are one Policy free zone that candidates have avoided, along with lurks and perks scams that comes with office (Stay tuned as we expose the Great Australian Qantas Tax payer Rip-off ).
In case your wondering this election will cost each voter around $25 in direct and indirect costs with the City Council paying out more then 1.5 Million dollars.
Monday, Nov 10:
Bob "King" Crawford: Arts pioneer, song-writer and author. Wants to bring the fun back into the city.
Tuesday, Nov 11:
Adam Bandt: Greens candidate and lawyer. Wants better public transport and the city to run on renewable energy.
Wednesday, Nov 12:
Catherine Ng: Current councillor. Wants 20 safe city ambassadors to patrol the streets at night.
Thursday, Nov 13:
Nick Columb: Businessman and racehorse owner. Wants to use his passion for Melbourne to forget the politics and get things done.
Friday, Nov 14:
Peter McMullin: Geelong councillor and former Melbourne deputy mayor. Lawyer. Labor Party member but has a Liberal, Tim Wilson, as his running mate.
Monday, Nov 17:
Gary Singer: Deputy Lord Mayor. Lawyer and arts patron. Wants to continue the city’s transformation into a global business and cultural centre.
Tuesday, Nov 18:
Will Fowles: Businessman and Labor Party member. Offering "a fresh vision" and generational change.
Wednesday, Nov 19:
Shelley Roberts: CBD architect who wants fairer rates for residents. Also passionate about the city's living environment.
Thursday, Nov 20:
Joe Toscano: Doctor and anarchist who wants radical activism to shake up Town Hall and the State Government.
Friday, Nov 21:
Gary Morgan: Pollster who will forgo the mayoral allowance and limousine. Promising rate cuts.