Green party leader Natalie Bennett has said she is preparing to lead a "second stage of the Green surge".
Speaking today, after finishing third in the race for her Holborn and St Pancras constituency seat on Thursday, Bennett said she would continue the work that has begun to make her party a "national political force".
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning she said: "For us, we've had the first stage of the green surge and what I'm aiming to do from today onwards is build the second stage of the green surge.
"We've had a good start in the last 24 hours - we've had about 1,000 more people join the Green Party so our membership has gone over 63,000, which means we are much bigger than Ukip and the Liberal Democrats."
The Green Party's Caroline Lucas has retained her Brighton Pavilion seat.
Natalie Bennett arrived at her polling station near London's King's Cross this morning with three Green Party members bearing the party's rosette.
Ms Bennett wished photographers a good morning as she made her way into the Ossulston Tenants' and Residents' Hall to cast her vote.
Natalie Bennett said the Bristol West seat was "a straight choice between Labour and Green" and that the "momentum" was with her party.
The Green Party leader predicted that Liberal Democrat Stephen Williams, who had a majority of more than 11,000 in the 2010 General Election, would finish third.
Green Party leader Natalie Bennett has said that Britain must do "must do more for people fleeing violence".
The Green Party's gay and lesbian manifesto was launched today - with leader Natalie Bennett revealing she would be happy to "consider the evidence" on allowing three-way marriages.
The party has seen a surge in membership in recent weeks.
ITV News political correspondent Lewis Vaughan Jones reports on whether it's enough for a Green revolution:
Green Party leader Natalie Bennett has said she would "consider the evidence" on changing the law to allow three-way marriages.
Speaking to ITV News political correspondent Libby Wiener after Pink News raised the issue, Ms Bennett said she was a fan of "evidence-based policy making", and so could not pass comment either way at this point as to whether it was something the Greens would support.
Natalie Bennett has had to alter her campaigning schedule today after losing her voice due to "too many conversations with voters".
The Green Party leader tweeted:
Green Party leader Natalie Bennett has denied Labour stole her thunder, saying she was "delighted" it had announced plans to cap rents in line with inflation.
But she called Ed Miliband's policy, announced the day before her party's plan to do the same, a "watered down" version, stressing the Greens had a different approach to housing.
She told BBC Breakfast:
We need to move away from thinking of homes primarily as financial assets and go back to thinking they are safe places for people to live.
The Greens would also abolish right to buy, she said, and build 500,000 social homes on brownfield sites over the course of the next parliament.
The Green Party leader has said she wants to, "celebrate contribution of migrants to Britain," as she spoke her own decision to become a British citizen in the live Challengers' Debate.
I am an immigrant, I've chosen to become a British citizen, to make my life in Britain. I came as a visitor, I loved the British way of life, I love the traditions, the culture and I decided to stay and make this my home.