Amazingly, we have an MP who was born and raised here, lives here, has kids at a state school here, who has had a real job before becoming an MP and was a local Councillor for a few years. And she rides a bike.
I'd always voted Lib Dem in general elections. Not because I thought they'd ever win here, but because a vote for them was seen as a vote for civil liberties (ID Cards, etc.), for free higher education, and because they opposed the Iraq war. The candidate in recent elections was also a nice guy (the fact that he seems to have cut all ties with the party since they voted for increasing uni fees validated my opinion of him) who has bought me a pint more than once. And because my Labour MP was Alan Milburn.
Tomorrow, I'd vote Labour because they're the least bad of the mainstream parties and because I think Jenny is doing a good job.
If we had a system other than first-past-the-post, I'd probably vote Green, then Labour.