BBC News North East Wales
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Couples aren't unknown in the political world - Bill and Hillary Clinton, Yvette Cooper and Ed Balls, Stephen Kinnock and former Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt.
But not many stand in the same election for different parties.
That's the case for Leena Farhat, a Welsh Lib Dem candidate for Clwyd South, and Aaron Wynne, a Plaid Cymru candidate in Aberconwy.
The couple have been together for 18 months and knew about their differing political allegiances when they met.
They'll be waiting to see if either or both of them can grab a seat in the Senedd.
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