Britain’s general election is on Thursday.
It’s being called the closest race in recent history, with no party expected to win a majority.
As candidates push for votes in the final hours before polls open, here’s a glimpse at some of the best moments from the campaign trail.
During an Easter visit to a farm in southern England, Prime Minister David Cameron fed an orphaned lamb from a bottle.
Selfies have been common on the campaign trail. Here, Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband takes part in the trend.
The Labour Party leader looks a bit different as seen through the viewfinder of a television camera during an event at Memorial Hall in Barry.
Nick Clegg, Britain's Deputy Prime Minister and Liberal Democrat Party leader, appears to struggle a bit as he plays a game of mini tennis with kids from Solihull.
Nicola Sturgeon, leader of the Scottish National Party, seems to have good coordination. Here, she throws a ball during a campaign stop at a nursery school in Edinburgh.
Or maybe you prefer cycling? Scottish Labour Party leader Jim Murphy helps some kids with their riding skills at Little Treasures Nursery in Glasgow, Scotland.
Studies are also important. In this photo, a 6-year-old gets a reading lesson from the prime minister at a primary school in northern England.
Clegg participated in a similar stunt, in this case the chosen art medium was green modelling dough.
Of course, some activities are better saved for adults. Here, Cameron enjoys a stout with his wife Samantha during a visit to Brains Brewery in Cardiff.
Nigel Farage, the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) leader, has tucked into a pint or two on the trail as well.
All that activity tends to work up an appetite. Sturgeon fuels up on some scones at the Cook School in Scotland.
Some events require special gear. Here's Clegg in a hardhat on a visit to the Crossrail Farringdon Station in central London.
Of course, you can't always count on the weather. Clegg looks a little bummed as he speaks to journalists after unveiling a new campaign poster in the car park of a pub in northern England.
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