The love-bombing air assault continues. They need every vote they can get.
Tymoshenko goes after Tihipko-Yatsenyuk-Yushchenko voters. Yanukovych stands little chance of winning over Yatsenyuk-Yushchenko voters, but he does have some chance with Tihipko voters.
Channel 1+1 follows both candidates on their campaign trails.
Same rallies, same concerts, same receptions, same promises, same interviews, same endorsements.
Yanukovych in Mykolayiv: I don't get much sleep at night, but I think everything will be alright.
Your powerful voice has been heard all over Ukraine.
Tymoshenko in Lviv: I want to ask you to help me not to lose this main, important battle of this particular presidential election.
More updates. In Kyiv, where people break bones on icier-than-ever sidewalks or burn themselves by falling into negligently open manholes, Yanukovych scored 16%. This prompted Deputy Mayor Irena Kilchytska to declare herself a Yanukovych supporter.
Speaking at a rally in Lviv, Tymoshenko also said this: “Had I lived in 1918-1919, I would have definitely been among the Sich Riflemen. Because it was a real struggle for the freedom and glory of Ukraine.”
Asked twice whether she would have joined the UPA if she had lived in 1944, Tymoshenko uttered no sound and walked away.
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Original source: http://tsn.ua