Ontario Votes: Leaders try to make most of 3 remaining days

The leaders of Ontario's three main parties will be at full throttle today as they head down the final stretch to Thursday's election.

Leaders target close ridings ahead of Thursday's vote

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne met with 500 Liberal members in Windsor, ON over the weekend. (Canadian Press)

The leaders of Ontario's three main parties will be at full throttle today as they head down the final stretch to Thursday's election.

Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne has stops planned in Cambridge, Stratford and London as she stumps for Liberal votes.

Where the leaders are

Kathleen Wynne, Liberals

  • Cambridge-- Delivers remarks. Premier Wynne to deliver remarks. 9 a.m. 50 Adler Drive.
  • Stratford --Meets local supporters. 1:15 P.M. 80 Wellington St.
  • London -- Delivers remarks. 4:10 p.m. 125 Sherwood Forest Square.
  • London-- Meets local supporters. 5:45 p.m. 6 Stanley St., Unit .3.

 Tim Hudak, Progressive Conservatives

  • Orleans-- Visits local campaign office. 8:30 a.m. 1615 Orleans Blvd.
  • Brampton-- Media availability. 1:15pm Robert Parkinson Drive & Giltspur Road.
  • Brantford -- Photo opportunity. 3:30pm. 71 Charing Cross Street.
  • Dundas -- Photo opportunity. 4:45pm. 47 Cootes Drive.
  • Brampton -- Town hall. 7 p.m. Pearson Convention Centre. 2638 Steeles Ave E.

 Andrea Horwath, New Democrats

  • Toronto -- Media availability. 8 a.m. Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, Bay Street at Queen's Quay West, in front of Layton statue.
  • Sarnia -- Media availability. 1:15 p.m. 500 Exmouth -- Whistlestop. 2:30 pm. 130 Duncan St.
  • Chatham --  Whistlestop. 4:30 pm. 350 Lacroix.
  • Windsor -- Media event. 6 p.m. 1800 Tecumseh Rd West.

Tim Hudak takes the Tory campaign to Orleans, Dundas, Brampton and Bradford, and the NDP bus will be carrying Andrea Horwath to events in Toronto, Sarnia, Chatham and Windsor.

Yesterday Wynne stepped up her attacks on her rivals, accusing Hudak and Horwath of using the gas-plant scandal to try to deflect attention from their own unpopular campaign plans.

She also warned that voting for the NDP would really mean a vote for the Tories, who she said would destroy Ontario's economy.

Tim Hudak was telling voters to expect the Liberals to resort to scare tactics — to try to paint him and his platform as a bogeyman in order to deflect attention from their scandals.

Andrea Horwath has framed the Liberals as corrupt and said Tim Hudak's math in his "Million Jobs" plan doesn't add up, but yesterday she went even further in denouncing the Tories' platform, calling it "crazy."

She said voters don't have to choose between "corrupt and crazy" — they can choose the NDP.

Several polls suggest the Liberals and P-Cs are in a statistical dead heat, and winning over some of the NDP' traditional supporters may be Wynne's best shot at staying in power.