It's been confirmed that 14 men and one woman want to be Bristol's first ever elected mayor. It's the largest number of candidates to stand in any similiar election in this country, and more than double the number who stood for London mayor.
The vote is taking place on 15th November, in just over three weeks. Whoever wins will be runnning a city with a population of over 400,000 and managing a budget of £365 million.
Our political correspondent Bob Constantine has been to meet the candidates at their "unveiling" at Bristol's Council House.
Here is the list of the 15 candidates for the role of elected Mayor. You can find more details on Bristol City Council's website.