May 20, 2014 12:01 pm

Where are the candidates today, and why? PC Tim Hudak, May 20

Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak, right, stands with his wife Debbie Hutton and six year old daughter Miller during a campaign stop at a Tim Hortons franchise in Toronto on Saturday, May 17, 2014.

Chris Young/CP Photo

8 a.m.: Chinese Cultural Centre for Greater Toronto

Riding: Scarborough-Rouge River (Liberal)

2011 Election results:

Liberal: 41.9%
NDP: 36%
PC: 18.7%
Green: 1.2%

PC leader Tim Hudak is visiting the Chinese Cultural Centre in an attempt to charm new Canadians into casting a PC-friendly ballot. The Tories trailed in third here in the 2011 elections, and he may have some ground to make up after his “foreign worker” comments during that campaign

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

Poll-level results: Scarborough-Rouge River »

Poll-level results: Scarborough-Rouge River

Noon: Veldale Farms

Riding: Oxford (PC)

2011 Election results:

PC: 54.9%
Liberal: 25%
NDP: 15.6%%
Green: 3.5%

Wynne isn’t the only leader reaching out to local farmers today. Just in time for the spring weather, Hudak is picking up some fresh goods at Veldale Farms in Woodstock.

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

Poll-level results: Oxford »

Poll-level results: Oxford

3:30 p.m.: Nuhn Industries

Riding: Perth-Wellington (PC)

2011 Election results:

PC: 40.6%
Liberal: 38.8%
NDP: 15.9%
Green: 2.5%

Continuing on the farming trend, Hudak is visiting Nuhn Industries, a manufacturer of such essential farming tools as liquid manure spreaders, manure hauling equipment and slurry tankers.

Poll-level results: Perth-Wellington »

Poll-level results: Perth-Wellington

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