Joshua Fenton-Glynn Labour’s prospective parliamentary candidate for Calder Valley campaigned in all of the constituency’s nine wards in a single day to mark 100 days to go until the general election last week.
The campaign, under the slogan “100 days to make a difference” included talking to parents at school gates, leafleting stations and knocking on doors.
Campaigners were set to cover issues as diverse as childcare, transport and the threat to Calderdale’s A&E.
Ahead of the day, on Tuesday, Mr Fenton-Glynn said: “It’s 100 days to the general election - that means 100 days to make a difference.
“We are campaigning in every ward because I want to send a clear message that I would be an MP for the whole of Calder Valley.
“And I will be talking with people about issues in their area and across the constituency.