May 21, 2014 11:59 am

Where are the candidates today, and why? Liberal Kathleen Wynne, May 21

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7:45 a.m.: Omega Tool

Riding: Windsor-Tecumseh (NDP)

2013 Byelection results:

NDP: 61.31%
PC: 20.12%
Liberal: 11.94%
Green: 3.65%

Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne is visiting Omega Tool, a plastic tooling manufacturer in Windsor-Tecumseh, a riding the Liberals lost badly in last year’s byelection but one they hope to win back from the NDP.

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Poll-level results: Windsor-Tecumseh

2:15 p.m.: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada

Riding: Cambridge (PC)

2011 Election results:

PC: 37.7%
Liberal: 33%
NDP: 24.7%
Green: 2.5%

Wynne is visiting  Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada this afternoon and reaching out to the auto industry at a manufacturer that’s been a recipient of government job-grant largesse under the Liberals. This auto manufacturer is home for hundreds of Canadian jobs – jobs Wynne argues PC leader Tim Hudak would put at risk.

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Poll-level results: Cambridge

6:30 p.m.: Legend Restaurant

Riding: Thornhill (PC)

2013 By-election results:

PC: 47.67%
Liberal: 41.43%
NDP: 6.75%
Green: 1.43%

Wynne is meeting with members of the Chinese community at Legend Restaurant this evening. The Liberals trailed the Tories in the 2014 byelection, but Wynne’s hoping she can reverse that fortune June 12.

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

Poll-level results: Thornhill »

Poll-level results: Thornhill

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