What kind of society do you want to live in?
When you strip away all of the bluster and rhetoric around this election, that is ultimately what you’re being asked to decide on June 8th.
The SNP manifesto, which is published tomorrow, will have fairness and tackling inequality at its heart.
Looking back over the last few years, I’m very proud of what we’ve achieved – and when you see other parties now adopting many of our progressive policies, it’s clear that Scotland is well ahead of the rest of the UK.
Many of the policies in Labour’s manifesto – scrapping hospital car parking charges, scrapping tuition fees, honouring NHS pay reviews and abolishing the bedroom tax – are already being delivered by an SNP Government in Scotland.
And even the Tories, who for years have mounted ideological attacks on policies as diverse as free prescriptions and council housebuilding, have now decided that they are a good thing – although no one should be fooled by their supposed Damascene conversion.
When the SNP manifesto is published tomorrow, you’ll see we are determined to continue leading the way.
It will show how we can create a fair and prosperous society – and will be of relevance across the UK.
I don’t pretend the SNP’s record is perfect – but it is a very good record and one I am proud of.
Now let’s look at the record of the Tories.