Two London ridings are running among the highest rates of child poverty in Southwestern Ontario, eclipsed only by a Windsor riding that ranks as one of the worst in Canada, a new report suggests.

With less than two weeks to go until the federal election, the report by Campaign 2000, a national coalition of 120 anti-poverty groups, puts into stark perspective the numbers of children living below the poverty line, crunching data for each of the 338 ridings up for grabs in the Oct. 21 election.

In an election campaign that’s featured billions of dollars in new spending promises by the political parties, the figures paint a sobering picture of the extent of low-income kids.