London mayoral election 2016: Zac Goldsmith and Sadiq Khan in last ditch appeal
Tomorrow London will take to the polls to elect its next mayor, so it's only expected that candidates are making last ditch attempts to appeal to voters across the capital.
Conservative Zac Goldsmith and Labour's Sadiq Khan have been hitting the campaign trail hard one last time. And in their bids to succeed Boris Johnson, they're trying to appeal to regular voters.
Here are some images of the two front-runners on their rounds:
Delivering milk & his Action Plan for Greater London! @ZacGoldsmith on milk round with @DominicGilham #BackZac2016 pic.twitter.com/LfPbnP1kDH
— Nick de Bois (@nickdebois) May 4, 2016
My next stop is Brent, at an @Ocado fulfilment centre buzzing through the night as part of London's 24-hour economy.https://t.co/CM5VxsBkr0
— Zac Goldsmith (@ZacGoldsmith) May 3, 2016
Breakfast with cabbies at a hut in St. John's Wood. As Mayor, I'll level the playing field for our iconic black cabs pic.twitter.com/iB1NBbf9pb
— Zac Goldsmith (@ZacGoldsmith) May 4, 2016
Under 24 hours until the polls open and Londoners decide.
Our great city is #ReadyForKhan! pic.twitter.com/YLNCxBxM0h
— Uma Kumaran (@Uma_Kumaran) May 4, 2016
I’ve just launched my official campaign video – I’ll be a Mayor for all Londoners.
Spread the word – RT this now.https://t.co/twqnwdUvZX
— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) April 4, 2016