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Members of the King's faculty have lent their expertise to local and area media coverage of the upcoming Ontario election.

NDP allege Liberal nomination misdeeds in Southwestern Ontario riding, The London Free Press, May 18, 2022: Andrea Lawlor, Associate Professor of Political Science, discusses how political attacks on Liberal candidates in the Chatham-Kent-Leamington area by the NDP might reveal the importance of the riding to the New Democrats.

Ground game: High strategy, weird moments as Ontario campaign hits doorsteps, The London Free Press, May 14, 2022: Andrea Lawlor, Associate Professor of Political Science - Andrea Lawlor, Associate Professor of Political Science, discusses the strategy behind candidates going door-to-door to meet with supporters.

Ontario election: Chatham-area Liberal candidate yanked as social media slurs surface, The London Free Press, May 12, 2022 -  Andrea Lawlor, Associate Professor of Political Science, says candidates having to step down due to past social media posts is becoming "less and less unusual."

Bronagh Morgan on LdnOnt, Rogers TV, May 7, 2022 - Shawna Lewkowitz, Lecturer of Social Justice and Peace Studies, speaks about being a mother involved in politics

Routed in 2018, Liberals without candidates in 14 ridings, The London Free Press, May 6, 2022 - Andrea Lawlor, Associate Professor of Political Science, says the Liberals not having candidates in 14 ridings, including three in the London region, could be part of a strategy to focus on areas that can have the biggest electoral payoff. 

Local New Democrats look to hold seats amid a sea of Tory blue, CTV News, May 4, 2022 - Dr. Jacquetta Newman, Professor of Political Science, tells CTV that the NDP dominating the election in London is not guaranteed, but they do have incumbency on their side.

 

Please note: This page will be updated throughout the course of the election coverage.