Aberdeen City Council leaders go head-to-head in today’s Evening Express to lay out where they stand on major issues facing the city.
With just days left until voters go to the polls, the EE has asked political parties about their vision for the next five years.
The parties agree on the pressing need to tackle teacher shortages, create new affordable homes and diversify the economy.
But Aberdeen Labour and the Scottish Conservatives have both argued for a fairer funding settlement from the Scottish Government.
And the SNP has said it is the only party willing to help business facing rates rises while the Scottish Liberal Democrats and Scottish Greens have both vowed to follow a more consensual approach, less concerned with party politics.
Councillor Alan Donnelly speaks for the Scottish Conservatives, as current leader – councillor and North-east MSP Ross Thomson – is not seeking re-election to the local authority.
Click each of the links below to find out how each party leader stands on the issue