Voters don't even know when they're going to the polls yet but try telling the politicians that. It was the Prime Minister on the campaign trail in Northamptonshire today, visiting a steel plant in Corby.
t's the latest high profile visit in the run-up to the town's by-election, which has been called after Tory MP Louise Mensch decided to step down.
It's a crucial battleground seat with only 1,500 votes separating the Conservatives and Labour at the last election.
The result - when the election is finally called - will be critical to the leadership of both parties in a constituency where the MP has always been from the party which went onto form the government.
The by-election follows the resignation of former Tory MP Louise Mensch who stood down in August citing family reasons.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has been campaigning in Corby ahead of the crucial by-election there.
There are fourteen candidates standing in the Corby by-election on 15 November following the resignation of Conservative MP Louise Mensch.