Party leaders have taken to the streets for the final weekend of campaigning before the local government elections.
Labour leader Johann Lamont and SNP leader Alex Salmond were both in Glasgow to meet voters in the final push ahead of Thursday's poll.
The city is a key battleground for both parties, with Labour hoping to retain control of the country's biggest council.
Ms Lamont was on the campaign trail with Gordon Matheson, Glasgow City Council leader during the last administration, and Glasgow MP Margaret Curran.
She said: "Right across Scotland, thousands of Labour candidates and activists are out working hard, knocking on doors, talking to people about what matters to them.
"Because in this election, there is a choice between an SNP, who openly describe this election as a stepping stone to their referendum, and Labour candidates who put you first.
"Labour has captured the momentum. This has been a terrible week for the SNP, with revelation after revelation over lost jobs, Murdoch, Trump.
"There is now all to play for and we will be fighting hard for every vote so we can put the people of Scotland first."
Mr Salmond met voters in Fife and Glasgow, emphasising the party's campaign messages on job creation and the economy.
He said: "Across Scotland we have had the confidence to stand more council candidates than ever before, and they are supported by an unprecedented number of activists who are getting our message out.
"People don't want their local council to spend its time bickering with other councils and with the Scottish government. Instead, every SNP council will be focused on working to protect jobs and the economy."
Meanwhile the SNP also launched a mini manifesto highlighting its pledges on carers.
The party's local government campaign director, Derek Mackay, said: "We recognise the invaluable and often exhausting work carers contribute to Scotland's communities, which is why SNP councils will work tirelessly to ensure they get the help and support they need."
More About Local elections 2012
- Scotland’s councillors get back to work as the dust settles on elections
- New coalition in Edinburgh sets out promises for next five years
- SNP fury as Labour and Tories strike coalition deal to run Stirling Council
- Voters go to the polls a week late to elect final three councillors
- Councils in Lothians strike deals after days of negotiations
- Councils across Scotland starting to take shape after days of negotiations
- Negotiations across the Lothians in the wake of local government elections