Are campaigning politicians visible enough?
Gordon Brown is to become a more visible presence in Labour's general election campaign and meet more "ordinary voters", the BBC understands. Is this the right approach?
Although Mr Brown was said to be pinning his hopes on visiting "ordinary voters", he has been criticised by rank-and-file Labour party members for appearing to meet only with party supporters.
Meanwhile on Friday Tory leader David Cameron met traders and customers at a "walkabout" in a London market and Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg spoke to supermarket customers and staff when he stopped at Norwich.
Have you met any of the candidates for your area? What do you think of their campaigning so far? What kind of campaign tactics appeal to you?
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