It wasn't long ago that residents of Etobicoke-Lakeshore were headed to the polls in a by-election in August.
And while Tory MPP Doug Holyday ultimately took the seat, he only beat former Toronto city council-mate Peter Milczyn by 1,528 votes. It's now a rematch, with Milczyn running for the Liberals again.
Holyday believes it will be a close vote again, but ultimately thinks he'll come out on top. Not surprisingly, so does Milczyn.
Both have their ground game going, knocking on doors to get resident support. Both men know the area, being active on council for years.
While the main issue in the by-election was transit expansion, Holyday maintains it's now jobs, pointing to Tory leader Tim Hudak's Million Jobs Plan platform. He offers transit is still important.
Milczyn also has similar priorities. Where the men differ, is pushing their leader's strategy.
When knocking on doors, both were pressed on what their party is proposing to do or has done. Holyday fielded questions about Hudak's plan to cut 100,000 public sector jobs. Milczyn, on the gas plant scandal.
NDP candidate P. C. Choo is also running again.
The riding has been orange, blue and red over the past 27 years. Before Holyday, it was most recently held by Liberal Laurel Broten for 10 of those. Milczyn thinks he can bring it back to the Liberals.
They key to winning this lower Etobicoke riding is getting supporters to vote. Only 38 per cent of the 89,550 eligible voters cast their ballots in last year's by-election.