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A man wears his buttons proudly while attending Justin Trudeau's visit to Vaughan, Ont., on Feb. 28, 2013.
A man wears his buttons proudly while attending Justin Trudeau's visit to Vaughan, Ont., on Feb. 28, 2013.
(Peter Power/Peter Power/The Globe and Mail)

Liberal supporters across Canada: A riding-by-riding breakdown

The federal Liberals were beaming last week when they announced that nearly 300,000 Canadians – or just under 1 per cent of the nation's population – are eligible to vote in the upcoming leadership race. The numbers represent the first real glimpse of Liberal base support across the country since the last election. So which ridings are mobilized behind Liberals, and which are falling behind?