May 14, 2014 3:29 pm

Where are the candidates today, and why? Liberal Kathleen Wynne, May 14

Ontario Premier and Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne reads to a full day kindergarten class at Westwood Public School in Guelph, Ontario on Wednesday May 14 , 2014.

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

8:30 a.m.: Living Arts Centre

Riding: Mississauga East-Cooksville (Liberal)

2011 Election results:

Liberal: 45.6%
PC: 33.3%
NDP: 16.9%
Green: 2.7%

Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne is in Mississauga today for a carefully staged appearance with outgoing Mayor Hazel McCallion (McCallion endorsed Wynne for Premier, and called on the province to give cities more taxation powers)

Interactive: Explore poll-by-poll results for this riding from the 2011 election

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Poll-level results: Mississauga East-Cooksville

11:45 a.m.: Westwood Public School

Riding: Guelph (Liberal)

2011 Election results:

Liberal: 42.3%
PC: 25.6%
NDP: 23.9%
Green: 6.9%

Wynne and her Guelph candidate Liz Sandals, who was education minister when the legislature dissolved, visit future voters in a classroom to talk Ontario’s future.

Interactive: Explore poll-by-poll results for this riding from the 2011 election

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Poll-level results: Guelph

4:45p.m.: London-Fanshawe Campaign Office

Riding: London-Fanshawe (NDP)

2011 Election results:

NDP: 40.7%
Liberal: 28.2%
PC: 26.5%
Green: 2.6%

Wynne will be visiting bright orange riding’s Liberal Campaign Office local candidate Marcel Marcellin. They will be speaking to local voters in hopes to sway this NDP stronghold.

Interactive: Explore poll-by-poll results for this riding from the 2011 election

Poll-level results: London-Fanshawe »

Poll-level results: London-Fanshawe

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