May 6th, 2015
Episode 339 of 1708 episodes
The election campaign officially started six weeks ago. Since then the party leaders, candidates and local activists have been out knocking on doors and trying to win crucial votes. But this year's campaign has been criticised as being boring, staged managed and flat due to a lack of interaction with the public. So six week on, given that the election is too close to call, will this campaign have made any difference to how people will vote? Will 2015 be a campaign to remember or one to forget? Rachel Sylvester is a columnist with The Times and Rafael Bher is a political columnist with The Guardian.