The seven party leaders have cast their votes in the race to win seats in this year’s General Election.
David Cameron was joined by wife Samantha as they set out to cast their vote at Spelsbury polling station this morning.
Cameron has hopes of winning enough seats to secure the majority vote for a second term as Prime Minister.
Optimistic Labour party leader Ed Miliband smiled as he and his wife Justine voted at Sutton Village Hall in Doncaster earlier today.
With two opinion polls showing the red party currently neck-and-neck with the Tories, the fate of Miliband still hangs in the balance.
Nick Clegg was joined by wife Miriam at Hall Park Centre polling station in Sheffield, with high hopes of retaining his Sheffield Hallam seat, allowing him to remain the leader of the Liberal Democrats.
First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader, Nicola Sturgeon visited Broomhouse Community Hall in Scotland to post her ballot.
Posing for photos outside the station, Sturgeon is believed to have most of Scotland backing her.
UKIP’s Nigel Farage gave the thumbs up to crowds as he submited his vote at a polling station in Ramsgate, South East England.
Pressure mounts upon the shoulders of the UKIP leader, as securing his seat in South Thanet is essential to remaining in power of the party.
Green Party leader Natalie Bennett was left smiling after casting her vote at Ossulston Tenants’ Hall in London earlier today.
With her party having grown in popularity throughout this campaign, the Green Party hope to gain a significant number of votes from around the nation.
Earlier today, Plaid Cymru leader, Leanne Wood and fellow Plaid Cymru candidate Shelley Rees-Owen emerged after positing their ballot in the Soar Centre polling station in Penygraig, Rhondda Cynon Taff.