It's 20 years since I organised my first Leaders' visit when the then relatively unknown Paddy Ashdown visited the small Lib Dem branch at Leicester University. (Those were the days when getting into double figures in the polls would have been considered a major success!)
Today, though, was a first for me with not one, not two but three leaders all on one visit.
Paddy, Ming Campbell and Nick Clegg were all in Thame to support Stephen Kearney's campaign in the Henley by-election.
Tory candidate John Howell was under further pressure today over his links with property developers.
There are genuine questions which need to be answered here.