The main parties are out in Louth, Waterford and Dublin
The economy looks set to dominate day two of the 2016 general election.
Yesterday all the parties got down to business saying they were in it to win it.
And today it is down to the 'brass tax' - as each focuses on issues they want to convince voters on.
Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny will finally publish the party's long-term economic plan that he has been talking about for weeks now.
He will then be campaigning in the midlands and east of the country.
Labour is sticking to the financial theme - in Co Louth, Tánaiste Joan Burton will unveil plans on how to achieve full employment.
Fianna Fáil will outline proposals for mortgages, and Micheál Martin will campaign in Co Waterford.
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams will campaign in Louth and Dublin.
And the People Before Profit, Anti-Austerity Alliance have a launch in Dublin, as do the Green Party.