May 12, 2014 1:52 pm

Where are the candidates today, and why? Liberal Kathleen Wynne, May 12

7 a.m.: CBC’s Metro Morning

Riding: Trinity-Spadina (NDP)

2011 Election results:

NDP: 42.5%
Liberal: 39.6%
PC: 11.6%
Green: 5.2%

Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne spoke with the CBC’s Matt Galloway this morning about the upcoming election, promoting her platform of “government as a force for good”; defending her use of negative ads and saying she can fix the problems many have with her predecessor Dalton McGuinty’s legacy. She’ll probably be sick of dealing with that last question before the campaign’s up, if she isn’t already.

Interactive: Explore this riding’s poll-by-poll results from the 2011 provincial election

Poll-level results: Trinity-Spadina »

Poll-level results: Trinity-Spadina

8:45 a.m.: Carpenters’ Union Local 27 Training Centre

Riding: Vaughan (Liberal)

2012 byelection results:

Liberal: 51.37%
PC: 33.29%
NDP: 11.38%
Green: 1.76%

A common trend between platforms is the promise to create more job opportunities for the skilled trades. Wynne visited the  government-supported Carpenters’ Union Local 27 Training Centre to drive this point home once again.

Interactive: Explore this riding’s poll-by-poll results from the 2011 provincial election

Poll-level results: Vaughan »

Poll-level results: Vaughan

12:45 p.m.: Mohawk College

Riding:  Hamilton East- Stoney Creek (NDP)

2011 Election results:

NDP: 51.6%
Liberal: 26.3%
PC: 18.8%
Green: 1.7%

Wynne moves deep into NDP territory as she reaches out to young people at Mohawk College in an effort to win their hearts (and votes).

Interactive: Explore this riding’s poll-by-poll results from the 2011 provincial election

Poll-level results: Hamilton East-Stoney Creek »

Poll-level results: Hamilton East-Stoney Creek

5 p.m.: Future Bakery and Cafe

Riding: Trinity-Spadina (NDP)

2011 Election results:

NDP: 42.5%
Liberal: 39.6%
PC: 11.6%
Green: 5.2%

Back in downtown Toronto for the Premier’s final stop for the day. Future Bakery and Cafe, a longstanding icon in the heart of the Annex, gives Wynne the chance to indulge in some sweet treats and meet with Torontonians she hopes to convert to Liberal voters.

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