Undecided in your choice for mayor? What would you like to know from the candidates?

Are you still trying to decide who to vote for in the Sept. 14 preliminary election for Mayor of Boston? You're not alone!

One poll conducted recently and released by Emerson and 7News last week found that 25 percent of respondents are undecided. A memo written for supporters of one of the five major candidates in the field suggests that number could be much higher.

Do you have a question that might help you make up your mind? This might be your chance to ask it.

The Dorchester Reporter is partnering with NBC10 Boston and its affiliates, as well as the Bay State Banner, as a sponsor of the debate that will be broadcast live on Sept. 8 at 7 p.m.

The Reporter is inviting our readers who are still undecided in their choice for mayor to submit a question to us via email at newseditor@dotnews.com.

Questions will be picked in coordination with our media partners. If chosen, you may be asked to pre-record the question for the debate program.

The hour-long live debate begins 7 p.m. on NBC10 and New England Cable News (NECN) and Telemundo’s website. The debate will air in Spanish on Telemundo Boston at a later date.

The preliminary election is set for Tuesday, Sept. 14.

The major mayoral candidates are Acting Mayor Kim Janey, former city economic development official John Barros, and City Councillors Andrea Campbell, Annissa Essaibi George and Michelle Wu.