Catlin Hogan, a University of Saskatchewan student running in Martensville, is at home resting after his release from the hospital. The political studies student was in a car accident Oct. 12, resulting in a leg injury.
Hogan has said he will continue campaigning once he is better.
Meanwhile, the campaign office of Aaron Ens, a University of Regina student running in Swift Current, was vandalized Oct. 14 when a tire iron was thrown through the window. Ens was not in the building at the time.
Both candidates are challenging Saskatchewan Party incumbents in their districts. Hogan will face off against Nancy Heppner and Ens will compete for votes against premier Brad Wall.
The NDP is fielding four university students in the Nov. 7 election.