Over the past few weeks, the different Political Party Leaders have joined Ivan in the studio to talk about why their policies are what Ireland needs.
You can catch up with all the leaders interviews below.
Roisin Shortall- Social Democrats
Social Democrats joint leader Roisin Shortall spoke in depth about the party's four point plan, her dismay at Ireland still seemingly being all about the two main parties, and wanting to put more money in people's pockets.
Eamon Ryan-The Green Party
Leader of The Green Party, Eamon Ryan, discussed his party's priorities ahead of polling day from agriculture to taxation, as well as potential partnerships in a future government.
Brendan Howlin- Labour
Labour's Brendan Howlin discussed Labour's stance on health, housing, planning objections, hospital care, carbon taxes, and the party's hopes for the General Election.
Mary Lou McDonald- Sinn Féin
Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald's discussion with Ivan ranged from crime to housing to her party's taxation plans.
Leo Varadkar- Fine Gael
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar joined Ivan in studio to discuss the campaign. The topics ranged from the Brexit to the government's housing record, from health to infrastructure spending, as well as the Taoiseach's comments about drug use.
Brid Smith-Solidarity/People Before Profit
Solidarity/People Before Profit's co-leader Brid Smith's spoke to Ivan about making housing a human right, abolishing USC for those earning under €90,000, and increasing the minimum wage to the living wage of €15 an hour.
Micheál Martin-Fianna Fáil
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin joined Ivan live from Cork to talk about why his party is the best for the job.