It has lasted nearly 10 full months, but Toronto's municipal election will go down as a one-issue campaign. "If we were to kind of sum up this campaign from a policy perspective, it would be about transit and gridlock – full stop," says pollster Nik Nanos.
To be sure, in a city where commute times are long and infrastructure is aging, voters are focused on public transit. But "there are a lot of other issues that needed an airing in this campaign," says Myer Siemiatycki, a municipal politics expert at Ryerson University.
To help inform your vote, The Globe sifted through John Tory, Olivia Chow and Doug Ford's promises and statements. Here's a look at some of their pledges on a wide range of issues: