Political parties are continuing their canvass around the country as the General Election campaign enters its 11th day.
Later this morning, Labour will publish plans for community policing, while leader Joan Burton canvasses locally in Blanchardstown.
Labour Senator Mairia Cahill will outline the party's proposals to tackle domestic violence.
Fine Gael will unveil plans to develop the agri-food sector, while Sinn Féin will outline what they propose to do for young people if they get into Government.
Fianna Fáil's Micheál Martin will canvas in Sligo Town, Kinlough and Tubbercurry.
The party will also publish proposals for older people.