May 12, 2014 1:52 pm

Where are the candidates today, and why? PC Tim Hudak, May 12

Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak makes an announcement at a packaging plant about creating 40,000 jobs in Ontario with affordable energy during a campaign stop in Smithville, Ont., on Monday, May 12, 2014.

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

9:15 a.m.: Stanpac Inc.

Riding: Niagara west – Glanbrook (PC)

2011 Election results:

PC: 50.7%
Liberal: 26.2%
NDP: 18.6%
Green: 2.8%

After the weekend’s TTC photo-op gone wrong, PC leader Tim Hudak will start his week on friendly ground in his home riding. He’ll visit at Stanpac, Inc. –  manufacturer of packaging supplies for food and drink products. This Canadian company offers him yet another prime location to talk about job building for trade workers.

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

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Poll-level results: Niagara West-Glanbrook


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12:15 p.m.: Tim Hudak Campaign office

Riding: Niagara west – Glanbrook (PC)

2011 Election results:

PC: 50.7%
Liberal: 26.2%
NDP: 18.6%
Green: 2.8%

It’s time for a photo-op with PC leader Tim Hudak at his very own campaign office in Grimsby. It wont take much to win the hearts of this strong PC riding.

5 p.m.: Annual Spirit of Hope Benefit

Riding: Trinity-Spadina (NDP)

2011 Election results:

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

Hudak is scheduled to attend the annual Spirit of Hope Benefit at the Metro Toronto Convention centre. The private event, “A Conversation with President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush”, will discuss the importance of human rights. He doesn’t have a hope at winning this lefty riding, however.

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

Poll-level results: Trinity-Spadina »

Poll-level results: Trinity-Spadina

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