On Thursday, the nation will weigh up hours, days and weeks of debates, and make its decision about who is right to lead this country.
This campaign, more than any I can recall, has come down to two leaders.
In fact, a key tactic of the Tories has been to talk Theresa May and not mention the C word. This is an election about leadership.
Do you elect ‘the difficult woman’ Theresa May, or do you mark your X in the box for man of the people, Jeremy Corbyn? The important thing is to remember that leaders cannot run a business – or a country – alone.
At Nifco, I am one of a number of leaders, each of which contributes to the business. Every team member shapes our business and defines what Nifco is about – what it stands for. A political party is no different.
Despite the personal politics, what cannot be denied, whatever your political position, is that for the first time in a long time, there is a very clear difference between our two major parties.
Far be it for me to tell people how to vote on June 8. This is a matter of personal choice and of principle.
But what I would like to do is to urge people not to waste their vote and to make it a priority to get to a polling station and have their say.
Read the manifestos. Understand what all of the political parties are about. Make this a vote based on what’s important to you, not just about whether you like May or Corbyn.
On June 9, a new political term will begin.
Brexit is one of the issues that has featured prominently in this campaign and of course, it will be a hugely significant part of our leader’s job.
But a part of it, it is. Read the policies and work out what else matters to you – who best represents the issues closest to you and your community.
Only then will we appoint a Government that really does represent the wants and wishes of the nation.