Vote For Me was a reality television series that aired in 2004 on England's ITV. It featured possible candidates for the House of Commons in Great Britain's parliament. Those who wished to enter this political contest show were not permitted to have any party affiliation. A non-partisan panel of judges looked over all entrants and chose the final seven contestants. The show was a way to give candidates free advertising time on a national level and also entertain an audience. Each candidate was assigned a series of tasks to test their political savvy. Like other TV reality shows, each candidate was offered constructive criticism by the judges panel they were able to incorporate into a better performance on the next episode, if they made it that far. The show was half an hour long and each night the audience was able to vote a candidate off. The winner went on to run in the 2005 British elections.