May 20, 2014 12:59 pm

Where are the candidates today, and why? Liberal Kathleen Wynne, May 20

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne drives a tractor with instruction from farmer Sandra Vos (right) at a campaign event in Paris, Ontario on Tuesday May 20.

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7:50 a.m.: Sandra Vos’ Farm

Riding: Brant (Liberal)

2011 Election results:

Liberal: 37%
PC: 34.75
NDP: 24.2%
Green: 2.1%

Liberal leader – and agriculture minister, in case you forgot – Kathleen Wynne is starting her day with a visit to a farm filled with fresh food and produce and a reminder to voters she supports Ontario farmers.

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Poll-level results: Brant

11:40 a.m.: Dr. Oetker Plant

Riding: Elgin-Middlesex-London (PC)

2011 Election results:

PC: 47.9%
Liberal: 26.8%
NDP: 22.2%
Green: 2.4%

The PC stronghold isn’t keeping Wynne away from participating in the grand opening of the new Dr. Oetker plant. This manufacturing plant will produce frozen pizza and (more importantly) holds a promise of new jobs for Ontarians.

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Poll-level results: Elgin-Middlesex-London

6:15 p.m.: 2437 Howard Ave, Windsor

Riding: Windsor West (Liberal)

2011 Election results:

Liberal: 41.3%
NDP: 30.7%
PC: 24.8%
Green: 3.1%

Wynne and incumbent candidate Teresa Piruzza will be visiting this Windsor riding to shore up support against a possible NDP incursion.

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Poll-level results: Windsor West »

Poll-level results: Windsor West

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