Ontario election 2018: How far the leaders have travelled—and where - Macleans.ca

Ontario election 2018: How far the leaders have travelled—and where

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THE CANADIAN PRESS/Colin Perkel, Aaron Lynett and Nathan Denette

Over the course of the Ontario election campaign, Maclean’s is tracking how far each candidate is travelling, and where, before Ontarians head to the polls on June 7. The following includes data from May 9 to 24.

How far they’ve travelled

Based on listed campaign stops on media advisories, Kathleen Wynne took a slight lead this week thanks to trips to Thunder Bay and Sudbury. Doug Ford, who has focused his efforts in Southern Ontario, is trailing both Wynne and Andrea Horwath by nearly 2,000 kilometres.

Where the leaders have gone

All three candidates have spent a lot of time in Toronto. So far, Horwath has made the most stops in Northern Ontario. Wynne has focused on the Golden Horseshoe, while Ford has spent time in Southwestern Ontario and was the first to visit the Niagara Region.

Kathleen Wynne:

Doug Ford:

Andrea Horwath: