CORNWALL Ontario – Glengarry Prescott Russell looks like it’s in play in the early days of the 2014 Ontario Provincial election according to a snapshot taken on Canada’s premier political blog, Éric Grenier’s threehundredeight.com
The snap shot shows the PC’s narrowly defeating Glengarry Prescott Russell incumbent Liberal Grant Crack. In Stormont Dundas & South Glengarry PC incumbent Jim McDonell looks pretty safe with the NDP actually in second ahead of new Liberal and Hair product specialist John Earle.
From Mr. Grenier:
Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry should be an easy hold for Tim Hudak’s Tories. But Glengarry-Prescott-Russell, which was only won by the Ontario Liberals with a narrow margin in 2011 and is represented at the federal level by a Conservative MP, is a definite swing riding in this election.
The bigger picture in these early days shows an interesting map with the minority Liberal government and PC’s running neck and neck.
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