The Conservatives are to send a "contract" to millions of households in target seats in an attempt to capitalise on the success of David Cameron's performance in the final leaders' debate.
Listing 16 key pledges, the document has been mailed to two million homes in constituencies targeted by the Conservatives.
The party sets out its promises on the economy, health, education and welfare in a leaflet that promises voters "a contract between the Conservative Party and you".
The document says the Tories would cut "wasteful" spending in government and the NHS and also pledges to reduce the number of MPs and the amount they are paid, raise standards in schools and to halve the rise in the National Insurance.
It also guarantees the protection of free eye tests and prescriptions for pensioners in England, an issue Brown challenged Cameron on in the debates.
The leaflet is an effort to "set the record straight" on these areas and others, the Conservatives said.
"This is our contract with you," Cameron writes in the leaflet. "I want you to read it and - if we win the election - use it to hold us to account.
"If we don't deliver our side of the bargain, vote us out in five years' time."
Following the final televised debate, in which snap polls indicate he was seen as the best performer, Cameron is set to embark on a final week of campaigning across the UK ahead of the May 6 poll.
He continues on the campaign trail today in a series of visits in the West Midlands, the East Midlands and Yorkshire.
Other members of the shadow cabinet will be campaigning across the country and distributing the 'contract'.