Key Points:

Labour leader Helen Clark is banking on getting support from undecided voters if the party is to be in with a chance of forming the next government.

She is spending the final day of the campaign touring around Auckland.

Her deputy Michael Cullen has joined Helen Clark on the campaign trail for the first time today.

They have been on a walkabout of WestCity shopping mall in West Auckland, accompanied by several other Labour MPs; Chris Carter, Lynne Pillay and Darien Fenton.

According to the polls the hill may prove just too steep for the Prime Minister to get a fourth term in office.

However she is remaining optimistic she still has a chance of a fourth term. Her first stop this morning was Manurewa Primary School, where she told staff Labour is in with a chance if undecided voters back her tomorrow.

Helen Clark will spend the rest of the day touring Auckland shopping malls and factories.

She is hoping to boost the turnout of voters, particularly in South Auckland, which she believes will benefit Labour.