The Ontario elections are coming up in a couple of weeks. Can you name all of the candidates who are running for office?
For those of you who might need a refresher, there's Doug Ford for the Progressive Conservatives, Steven Del Duca for the Liberal Party, Andrea Horwath for the New Democratic Party, and Mike Schreiner for the Green Party of Ontario.
With Election day coming soon on June 2, Narcity's Ashna Bharkhada hit Toronto's streets in the Junction to check in with Torontonians in order to see if they could name all four candidates — and some of their answers might just make you facepalm.
"We've got Andrea Horwath, I don't know the rest," the first person said, and seemingly didn't even want to try to name the rest.
A few gave a resounding "no" or "I don't know" when asked the question, while one said that they're just "not really into politics."
Someone almost got Premier Doug Ford and his deceased brother and former mayor of Toronto, Rob Ford, confused for each other.
"I know Steven Del Duca, Rob Ford," another person said before quickly shaking their head, realizing the mix-up. "Sorry, Doug Ford. R.I.P."
A couple of people couldn't figure out what Andrea Horwath's last name was, or how to even pronounce it.
"Andrea Howarth? What is it, what's Andrea's last name?"
But, Horwath wasn't the only one whose last name stumped Torontonians as Del Duca was also puzzling for some.
"What's the Liberal guy, Del Luca or something like that?"
At the end, one person managed to list off all of the candidates' names (almost perfectly).
"Steven Del Duca, Andrea Horwath, Doug Ford, and Schrei- Schreiner," they said with a smile.
Ontarians can go cast their ballots on election day on June 2 or can hit the polls early at one of the advanced polling stations up until May 28.
This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity.