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Doorknocking with the candidates: Sonia Bitar

What's it like to run for public office? It means a lot of time walking a ward's sidewalks and knocking on doors. Listen as the CBC's Steve Finkelman gets a taste as he goes door-to-door with Ward 11 candidate Sonia Bitar.
With a week and a half left in the election, candidates are still on the streets, knocking on doors trying to connect with voters. Listen as Steve Finkleman joins Ward 11 candidate Sonia Bitar on one of her doorknocking days. 5:04

What's it like to run for public office? It means a lot of time walking a ward's sidewalks and knocking on doors.

While more candidates are taking their campaigns online, many still stick by the personal connection that can only be made on someone's doorstep.

Listen as the CBC's Steve Finkelman gets a taste as he goes door-to-door with Ward 11 candidate Sonia Bitar.

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