It's Labour's to lose - in the traditionally red stronghold of Rongotai this election.
The electorate has been held by the Labour Party since its creation in 1996 -- first by Annette King, who held the seat till 2017 -- which saw Paul Eagle take over the seat.
But with Eagle bowing out of politics this year, the seat's set to get a new representative.
Labour's putting up Fleur Fitzsimons this election -- up against the Greens' well-known MP Julie Anne Genter, and National newcomer Karuna Muthu.
Newstalk ZB's Nick James asked voters, and non-voters in Rongotai what their biggest issues are.