With one week to go until the General Election, the Harrow Times is asking its readers if they plan to vote next Thursday.

Prospective politicians across Harrow now have seven days campaigning until polling day on May 7.

Will you be voting on May 7? See our poll below.

Vying for your vote in Harrow East is the Conservative Party’s Bob Blackman, Uma Kumaran for Labour, Nana Asante for the TUSC, the Green Party’s Emma Wallace, Liberal Democrat Ross Barlow and UKIP candidate Aidan Powlesland.

In Harrow West, Labour’s Gareth Thomas will go up against Tory Hannah David, Liberal Democrat Chris Noyce, Rowan Langley for the Green Party, UKIP's Mohammed Ali Bhatti and independent candidate Kailash Shanker Trivedi.

Candidates in Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner include Conservative Nick Hurd, Labour’s Michael Borio, Josh Dixon for the Lib Dems, UKIP’s Gerard Barry, Karen Pillai for the Green Party, Wally Kennedy for the TUSC and Sockalingam Yogalingam for the National Liberal Party.

Brent North Labour candidate Barry Gardiner will battle against Conservative Luke Parker, Green Party candidate Scott Bartle, Paul Lorber for the Liberal Democrats, independent Elcena Jeffers and UKIP’s Alexander Craig.

Residents will be able to vote at their registered polling station between 7am and 10pm on Thursday, May 7.

Counting of votes in the parliamentary elections will begin soon after the polling stations close at 10pm, and results will be declared overnight.

Reporter Vickiie Oliphant will be bringing you live updates via a live blog on the Harrow Times website, and tweeting using the hashtag #HarrowCount.

Will you be voting?