This week, we will be interviewing Alistair Darling, who is leading the Better Together campaign.
And later this month, it will be the turn of Nicola Sturgeon, the Deputy First Minister, with responsibility for Government Strategy and the Constitution.
She is also Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities.
Your questions will be used in the interviews, which will be videoed, then feature on our website, EveningTimes.co.uk
Mr Darling, the former Chancellor, has been outspoken in his attacks on the SNP's campaign for independence.
But do you think he's made the case for staying part of the UK? Or should Scottish voters take this chance to gain independent status?
The politicians in both camps have faced each other in debates but this is your opportunity to put the issues which are important to you to Mr Darling.
He is the figurehead of the campaign which includes the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats, who argue Scotland and the UK would be worse off if the country votes for independence.
Mr Darling has said last year showed the shared experience and shared values that exist within the United Kingdom and said the choice facing voters next year is between the success of devolution and the risks of breaking away.
He has said that independence provides uncertainty over shipyard jobs, dependent on MoD orders, in Glasgow and over the future of the BBC.
The Better Together campaign argues that in times of economic uncertainty a larger UK provides greater protection for Scottish businesses and jobs in a global economy, and that the UK as a key member of Nato and the United Nations Security Council offers greater influence over world affairs
Visit the website and submit your questions using the comments facility at the end of this story, using normal site rules.
Your deadline is midnight on Wednesday, and we're planning to post the interview with Mr Darling online on Friday.
We'll give you the chance to submit questions for Ms Sturgeon soon.