For the most part, the Liberal leadership race has been a problem free affair: the party is up in the polls, the debates have been drawing big crowds, collectively the candidates have signed-up an impressive 300,000 supporters and there haven't been any significant controversies.
That, however, could all be changing.
Over the past 48 hours, the party has hit a couple of snags that could put a damper on the party's recent successes.
Where have all the supporters gone?
If you're on Twitter today, you'll notice a large number of tweets, by Liberals, asking Liberal supporters to register to vote.
That's because, according to the Canadian Press, only about one-third of the 300,000 members and supporters who signed up to choose the next leader have actually registered to vote ahead of a Thursday deadline.
CP notes that Justin Trudeau's campaign — which signed up the majority of supporters — is complaining about technical glitches. One of the glitches, according to a Trudeau spokesperson, isRead More »from Supporters disappear, campaign finances questioned: Liberals hit snags in leadership race