This is a very ambitious plan and is designed to increase voter participation, with Plaid's agent Cllr Gwyn Hopkins, citing the extraordinary level of engagement by voters of all ages and backgrounds across Scotland in the independence referendum as an example of what can be achieved.
Vaughan Williams has been fighting what must be the most energetic campaign anywhere in Wales, and he has worked particularly hard to involve young voters. This picture of Vaughan's core campaign team tells its own story:
Plaid has asked the various party agents to meet as a matter of urgency to try to get the ball rolling.
Apart from Vaughan Williams for Plaid and Nia Griffith for Labour, the line-up in Llanelli includes Siân Caiach (People First), Ken Rees (
Labour's has not yet said whether it will go along with the idea, but has indicated that it is prepared to meet the other agents.
Meanwhile things are hotting up in Ceredigion where Mike Parker for Plaid is challenging Mark Williams for the LibDems.
In a sign of desperation, the LibDems have taken to carpet bombing Newcastle Emlyn with Mark Williams leaflets, presumably in the hope that voters in Carmarthen East and Dinefwr will flock across the Teifi to vote for their man.