The “can of destiny” has determined their ballot positions, and now those in Philadelphia’s crowded pool of candidates are determined to win your vote for city government.

The polls are open for the primary election, and with dozens of candidates in Philly contending for mayor, City Council, city commissioner, sheriff, register of wills, and judicial positions, voters have no shortage of choices.

And in a city that largely leans Democrat, Philadelphia’s primary election will also likely decide many race outcomes.

The Inquirer wants to know more about what you want to know about the primary.

From schools to the soda tax, roads to environment, tell us what topics are top-of-mind for you in this election, and what you want to know about.

Let us know in the box below, and we’ll do our best to give you as much information as possible before you head to the polls.