With just three weeks to go until the European elections, Welsh Labour has become the latest of the political parties to launch its campaign.
Candidates unveiled five main pledges at a major project in Swansea that's being built with the help of money from Brussels.
But the party is also urging voters here to 'send a message' to the UK Government and UKIP that Wales is better off by being part of the EU.
Political Editor Adrian Masters' take on what the European election results mean for the Welsh political parties
Voters have been urged not to take 'selfies' while voting tomorrow - and are warned that doing so could land them in prison.
The latest Wales barometer poll points to a close battle in the European election in Wales.