There are suggestions that George Osborne could be in line for the Deputy Prime Minister job as he makes his way to Downing Street this morning.
David Cameron will be able to choose all his own Cabinet Ministers if he is able to form a majority government as predicted.
During the last Government ministers jobs were shared with coalition partners the Liberal Democrats, with leader Nick Clegg as Deputy Prime Minister.
George Osborne has tweeted that David Cameron has given the "performance of a lifetime" during his Question Time appearance.
David Cameron just gave the performance of a lifetime - strong, personal and profoundly optimistic about Britain's future
The Chancellor George Osborne has insisted that it's good news that the economy is growing, even though the latest figures are half as strong as at the end of 2014.
ITV News Economics Editor Richard Edgar spoke to George Osborne this morning:
George Osborne managed to find some time to have some fun on the campaign trail today when he was given the chance to load a low loader.
The Chancellor grinned as he lifted the pallet of bricks on to the truck, and seemed to purposefully misdirect the haul at the waiting press line, with one onlooker remarking: "you're going take the press corps out like that."
Mr Osborne joked as he moved the bricks on to the truck: "Just trying to keep you on your toes."
George Osborne has defended the Tory election campaign amid claims the party has adopted a negative tone in its electioneering.
The Chancellor told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "I don't accept it hasn't gone well. I think we have fought a very positive campaign.
"I think it's a very close election - that's been clear it was going to be close for some time now - and I think the choice facing the country is becoming clearer and clearer and starker and starker."
Asked to give marks out of 10 for the Conservative campaign, Osborne said, "We will come back on May 8 and see how it went."
Chancellor George Osborne says the Tories want to give more people "a stake" in the economy, as David Cameron prepares to unveil plans to offer up to £4 billion in cut-price Lloyds shares to small investors.
Labour spent £20bn bailing out Lloyds. We'll get the money back for taxpayers and give more people stake in economy #longtermeconomicplan
We'll launch retail offer for Lloyds, inc loyalty bonus of 1 share for every 10 kept for a year - to encourage long term share ownership
George Osborne has dismissed Labour's 'non-dom' plan as "a total shambles".
ITV News Westminster Producer Adam Smith reports:
George Osborne dismisses Labour non-doms announcement as a "total shambles... a majority of non-doms wouldn't be effected at all." #GE2015
Osborne says he increased levy non-doms pay so govt gets more money and "we protect the jobs in Britain that depend on foreign investment."
If you look at what Ed Miliband has announced today, it is a total shambles. Within hours the policy has unravelled. You have Ed Balls himself saying it would cost the country money and when you look at the small print it's clear that a majority of non-doms wouldn't be effected at all.
Chancellor George Osborne has declined to rule out cutting the top rate of income tax rate from 45p to 40p if the Tories win the General Election.
Speaking to Sky's Dermot Murnaghan, Mr Osborne insisted that it is not a priority for the Conservative Party, and the "big tax commitments" for the next parliament were further raising the tax-free personal allowance and raising thresholds so only those earning £50,000 or more would pay the higher 40p rate.
"If that was our priority or our plan we would have made it part of our plan and made it one of our priorities.
"Judge us by what we want to do and what we want to do is increase the tax-free personal allowance to £12,500 so people full-time on the minimum wage don't have to pay income tax and millions are better off."