Following a national trend, the Liberals have lost ground in the latest polls and the Sault Ste. Marie riding is no different.
According to data complied by 338Canada.com , Conservative candidate Sonny Spina has jumped to a second place position bumping NDP candidate Marie Morin-Strom to third.
In a projection published August 24th, Liberal MP Incumbent, Terry Sheehan sits at 32.4% followed closely by Spina with 30.6%. Morin-Strom (NDP) falls to 30%.
Local PPC candidate Kasper Makowski also saw a small gain now sitting at 4.4%. The Green Party is not running a candidate in the riding.
Nationally, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has squandered a 5 point lead since the beginning of the campaign. Liberals still lead in the polls with 33.3% , Conservatives now sit at 30,8% and NDP with 20.1%
Canadians head to the polls on September 20th.