U.K. candidates begin final push for votes

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LONDON—Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Conservative leader David Cameron and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg began their final push Wednesday to win over the U.K.’s voting public as the tightest election race in a generation draws to a close.

With less than 24 hours until the polls open, the three leaders focused their final pitches on winning over the U.K.’s undecided voters, who will be crucial in deciding the election outcome.

A ComRes poll for ITV News and the Independent newspaper Wednesday showed that a third of people say they may change their minds about how they will vote Thursday, with Liberal Democrat supporters the most likely to switch.

The poll placed the Conservatives on 37%, Labour on 29% and the Liberal Democrats on 26%.

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