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Welsh voters prepare to go to the polls

The small town of Machynlleth in mid-Wales was home to the first Welsh assembly 600 years ago.

Now residents living there are looking to the future.

With elections to the Welsh assembly two weeks away, the key issues are the economy, education and health.

BBC Wales political editor, Betsan Powys, looks at whether the politicians and the voters can find common ground.

  • 19 Apr 2011