Everywhere you turn in Trinity-Spadina, you see orange, red and a spattering of blue or green election signs on people's lawns. The problem for residents who aren't following the provincial and federal campaigns closely, the names are all different, so they may not know who's running for what.
They're dealing with not only this provincial election which wraps up on June 12th, but also a federal by-election at the end of the month and the ongoing mayoral election.
NDP MPP Rosario Marchese makes sure to underline what election he's running in when canvassing, offering it can be confusing for some.
Many residents, seem to ask what election Adam Vaughan is a party of.
The former city councillor is running for the Liberals federally and also comes up when provincial Liberal candidate Han Dong speaks to voters.
Dong is Marchese's stiffest competition in the riding. The NDP MPP has held the seat for two decades and is well known in the community. But Dong hopes to capitalize on voting margins from the 2011 election, when Marchese edged out the Liberals by just 1,139 votes.
Transit is at the forefront in this multi-culural riding, as are issues involving condos and development.
But the key for these candidates seems to be not losing out votes to their federal foes, for voters who may want to support one party provincially and another federally.