There was a warm welcome for First Minister and Leader of Welsh Labour, Carwyn Jones, on the campaign trail in Gorseinon.
Carwyn Jones was in Gorseinon to support Welsh Labour's Assembly candidate for Gower, Rebecca Evans.
Rebecca Evans said: "It was a pleasure to be joined by our First Minister and Leader of Welsh Labour, Carwyn Jones, on the campaign trail.
"At the 2011 election we made a series of promises to the people of Wales. And we kept them."There are now more people working in the NHS than ever before, and we are treating more people, more quickly, than ever before.
"We have brought 5,000 empty homes into use, and created 15,000 quality jobs for young people. Our students have £22,000 less debt than English students thanks to our unique tuition fees policy.
"But we want to do so much more, and it was good to talk to voters in Gorseinon with our First Minister about our new promises.
"We promise a tax cut for every small business in Gorseinon and across Wales, free childcare for 30 hours a week for all working families, and 100,000 quality apprenticeships for people of all ages across Wales. We promise a new treatment fund for the NHS, £100m more for frontline funding for schools, and we will double the amount of money older people can keep before paying for care."