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It's a wrap! Each weekday of the federal election, we posted a new campaign photo to our Facebook fan page in the morning. Our favourite reader caption was published in this gallery each afternoon. These are the winners

Voters take to the polls in Charlottetown, P.E.I. early Monday, May 2, 2011 to cast their ballot in the federal election.

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NDP Leader Jack Layton heads to his campaign plane in Winnipeg on Wednesday, April 27, 2011.

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"With the way this campaign is going, Michael Ignatieff may need overtime..." This winning caption was shared by Teeswater Dot Ca on our Facebook fan page.

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"Jacques and Gilles went up the hill... " - Globe reader Debby Dickson Simcoe came up with this winning caption.

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Jacques Boissinot/Jacques Boissinot/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Ryan Remiorz/Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press

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JONATHAN HAYWARD/Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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DARRYL DYCK/Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press

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POOL/Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press

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"Welcome to my new show - 'Flip This Country." 'This winning caption was sent in by reader Drew Nesbitt.

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Nathan Denette/Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press

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FRANK GUNN/Frank Gunn/The Globe and Mail

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Eight-month-old Rupert, in the arms of his mother Noelle Depape, reaches out for the mustache of NDP Leader Jack Layton while visiting a community centre Tuesday, April 5, 2011 in Winnipeg.

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Jacques Boissinot/Jacques Boissinot/The Canadian Press

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After a break from campaigning on Saturday, Conservative leader Stephen Harper promised more fitness tax breaks during a campaign stop in Ottawa on Sunday. Mr. Harper promises to double the current fitness tax credit for children to cover $1,000 of sports and recreation fees. The Tories are also planning a fitness tax credit for adults that would give people breaks on gym memberships and other athletic expenses. But this second measure for adults would not take effect until the federal budget is balanced, which is currently forecast to take place in four years.

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ANDY CLARK/Andy Clark/Reuters

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Andrew Vaughan

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Ryan Remiorz/Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press

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"Do you think I can cook up a coalition with these???" Edward Howell suggested this caption - our favourite - on our Facebook page. The runner-up was Gabriel Zamfir: "English cucumber??? In Quebec? No way!!!"

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