Four candidates are campaigning for election to be the next Mayor of the West of England in 2021.
The election is due to take place on Thursday 6 May, 2021.
It comes after the West Of England Combined Authority's first elected mayor, Tim Bowles, announced he will step down at the end of his first term.
Mr Bowles, a Conservative, was elected to the post in 2017, in a devolution deal for Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
The West of England's Mayoral role has seen more local decision-making on roads and house building.
As part of the government's devolution arrangement, the West of England Combined Authority receives £1bn over 30 years.
The Combined Authority area excludes North Somerset Council, who elected not to join in 2016.
Those hoping to take on the role are:
- Dan Norris (Lab). Former MP for Wansdyke and government minister under Gordon Brown.
- Samuel Williams (Cons). Businessman who was the candidate for Bristol Mayor before last year's election was delayed.
- Stephen Williams (Lib Dem). The former Bristol West MP was part of the coalition government between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats.
- Jerome Thomas (Green). An entrepreneur who is currently serving as a councillor in Bristol.