It's the final Saturday of the campaign. Here's what is happening:
The party will focus on the economy today, with Gordon Brown and Peter Mandelson campaigning side by side.
The Tories are concentrating on health today, introducing their "contract for a better NHS". In the same spirit, they are also planning to send out a two-page document entitled "A contract between the Conservative Party and you" to two million households, home to 3.5 million voters.
Nick Clegg heads west today. He's due at a campaign rally in Somerset on behalf of the Wells candidate, Tessa Munt (11.30am), and then on to the Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre in Newport, Gwent, on behalf of the local candidate, Ed Townsend.
If you thought we'd seen all the manifesto launches of this campaign, think again. Today the Christian People's Alliance unveils its policy portfolio ahead of Thursday's election.
Away from the campaign
The sheep-shearing season officially begins today. Fact fans: in a normal year, one in four sheep shearers working in the UK is from either Australia or New Zealand. However, given the new points-based immigration rules, there is a quesiton mark over how many Antipodeans will make it this year.