Since Amazon announced last month that it intends to build a second headquarters somewhere in the United States or Canada, there has been no shortage of guesses as to which city will ultimately land the project.

Everyone from The New York Times and CNN to smaller online outlets have made their best case for why one city (or cities) should be at the top of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ list when the company picks the location of its second headquarters, which Amazon has dubbed HQ2.

Depending on who you read, the leading candidates differ greatly. Click on the slideshow presented above for a city-by-city look at what’s been happening nationwide.

In Milwaukee, Mayor Tom Barrett has said he has already contacted Amazon executives and the city is likely to pitch several possible sites to the company, but a few could include downtown, land around General Mitchell International Airport, the Century City business park or the former Northridge Mall property Read the full story here.