With the November election just ten weeks away, the race for governor is a virtual dead heat in Virginia.
While Democrat Terry McAuliffe once held a considerable lead in early polling, the former governor is now running neck-and-neck with Republican Glen Youngkin.
That’s according to a new poll from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Youngkin has run an aggressive advertising campaign.
According to the statewide poll, former McAuliffe only has a 3% edge over Youngkin, but more than one-fifth of voters remain undecided.
That’s smaller than the poll’s 5.2% margin of error.