In tonight's constituency profile, we take a look at Dover.
Its famous port has become a major focus for the immigration debate. Little surprise then that the seat is a key target for UKIP.
Last time - in 2010 - Conservative Charlie Elphicke won it from Labour with a majority of 5,274 and the turnout was 70%.
Sangeeta Bhabra went to have a closer look.
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg visited the Kent target seat of Maidstone and The Weald, determined to inject some life into their campaign and prove the party is not dead and buried. Derek Johnson reports
It's not just on the rather foggy beaches of England where voters will have an impact on the outcome of the election.
With five million Brits living abroad, 800-thousand in Spain alone, the parties are busy canvassing beyond our shores.
Cary Johnston brings us this special report from Spain's Costa del Sol.
One man who's certainly got plenty of life in him is the Queen guitarist and campaigner Brian May.
He was in Brighton today to encourage people to get out and vote- it's part of his Common Decency campaign to get voters to embrace democracy and have their voice heard
The leader of the Green Party Natalie Bennett was in Brighton today to launch their new election poster - Our political correspondent Phil Hornby was there for us too.
Queen guitarist and campaigner Brian May will be in Brighton today to encourage more of us to vote.
The musician, from Berkshire, recently launched his own campaign to highlight the importance of democracy.
He'll also be meeting students at a local music college with Green candidate Caroline Lucas.
School and college students from Canterbury have taken part in an ITV News Schools Election Debate.Read the full story ›
In the South East the national spotlight will be on a number of fiercely fought seats. Derek Johnson explains.
The South East will be a key battleground in the General Election for all the major political parties.
ITV Meridian's Fred Dinenage speaks to Professor Colin Rallings, ITV's political expert, about which seats are crucial to the formation of the next Government.
A man from East Sussex has been jailed after he found his ex-girlfriend in bed with another man and attacked them both with a golf club.Read the full story ›