- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Political correspondent Emma Hutchinson
Two party leaders have been in the region, hoping to win back key seats ahead of the General Election in June.
The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was in Harlow in Essex.
He hopes his promise to build a million new homes, half of which will be council homes, can help his party win the seat from the Conservatives.
Meanwhile, the Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron was in Cambridge - a marginal seat his party hopes to win back from Labour, after losing it in 2015.
Daniel Zeichner MP currently has a majority of 599 - Labour's smallest majority in eastern England.
Today, Mr Farron warned the city's future was being put at risk by Brexit.
Cambridge voted 74% Remain in the EU referendum.