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Ontario debates: Hamilton East-Stoney Creek

Candidates for the Conservatives, Liberals and NDP debate live at CBC Hamilton at noon on Wednesday, June 4. Watch live. Who deserves your vote?

Which candidate for Hamilton East-Stoney Creek deserves your vote? Watch live noon Wednesday

Candidates for the Hamilton East-Stoney Creek debate live at CBC Hamilton at noon on Wednesday, June 4. Watch live. Who deserves your vote? 39:22

Candidates for the Hamilton East-Stoney Creek debate live at CBC Hamilton at noon on Wednesday, June 4. Watch live. Who deserves your vote?

The live debate begins at noon on Wednesday and runs for thirty minutes. You can watch live on this page and participate too.  CBC Hamilton's host Samantha Craggs will pass your comments and questions on to the guests. Hamilton East-Stoney Creek voters can make an informed decision in plenty of time for the June 12 Ontario election.

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Here's a look at our first debate held Monday with candidates for the Hamilton East-Stoney Creek riding:

Our fourth live chat is scheduled for Monday June 9, 2014 at noon featuring candidates from the Hamilton Centre riding.

Know your riding:

According to the 2011 census the riding has a population of 117,721. That's up 1.1% since 2001. (Elections Ontario)

The riding has been held since 2007 by New Democrat Paul Miller. In 2011 Miller beat Liberal Mark Cripps. Cripps is the campaign manager for Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale MPP Ted McMeekin. Miller joins the PC's David Brown. Liberal Ivan Luksic cancelled late Tuesday.

Other candidates running include the Green's Gregory Zink, Libertarian Mark Burnison and Britney Anne Johnston of the  Freedom Party of Ontario.   

CBC Hamilton's host Samantha Craggs will pass your comments and questions on to the guests. Hamilton East-Stoney Creek voters can make an informed decision in plenty of time for the June 12 Ontario election.

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