Ms Wood said that with the Westminster Election likely to result in a hung parliament and with Plaid Cymru among the anti-austerity parties likely to hold the balance of power, a vote for Plaid Cymru could deliver real change for the better for Wales.
She added that the first weeks of Westminster Election year had exposed the stark contrast between Plaid Cymru and the Westminster parties in Wales with Plaid fighting Labour and the Tories' commitment to further cuts to public services and spending £100bn on a new generation of nuclear weapons.
Commenting Leanne Wood said: "This is a crucial election for the people of Wales. With just a hundred days to go until polling day, I urge all the people of Wales to join Plaid Cymru's campaign to make Wales matter in May. When Plaid Cymru wins, Wales is strong. We have proved this with the fantastic track record of our MPs in Westminster, leading the way on pioneering legislation against stalking and domestic violence, opposing the Coalition's cruel welfare cuts, and fighting for fair funding for our nation. With Plaid Cymru among the anti-austerity parties likely to hold the balance of power after the election, a vote for Plaid Cymru could deliver real change for the better for Wales.
Ms Wood continued: "In recent weeks the gulf between Plaid Cymru and the Westminster parties has grown. During crucial votes on billions more cuts to our public services and renewing the wasted and outdated Trident nuclear weapons system, we saw Labour follow the Tories through the lobbies to vote against the Welsh national interest. In stark contrast, Plaid Cymru’s vision is of world-class care for our patients, fair pay for our workers, strong support for our local economies."
"On May 7th, only one party will have what's best for Wales at its heart. We must return the strongest ever group of Plaid Cymru MPs to the Commons to make sure our voice is heard and that our communities are protected from the continued pain of Westminster policies." Leanne Wood added.