Final preparations are under way for what's been called Bristol's biggest vote, now just two days away.
That's when more than 300,000 people in the city get the chance to choose their first directly-elected mayor. At the same time there are nationwide elections for Police and Crime commissioners as well.
The contest to be Bristol's equivalent of Boris Johnson in London has attracted 15 candidates - but it's still unclear whether that will lead to a big turnout. Our political correspondent Bob Constantine reports.
Bristol's first directly elected Mayor has spent his first day viewing work by local artists in Totterdown.
Ian Axton interviews candidates hoping to become Bristol's first elected mayor, and asks what they would do for the city.
15 people have come forward as candidates for Bristol's first elected mayor. 13 of them came before the cameras at the Council House today