Northam's lead over Gillespie drops to 4%

Jerome Frank
October 19, 2017

Monmouth University's poll from last month had Northam leading by 5 points, 49 to 44 percent.

Either candidate "has a very real shot at winning this thing", Murrary said. "We have seen lots of little movement that has either helped or hurt each candidate but with neither one being able to break out", said Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. While it's still unclear if President Trump will make a visit to Virginia, he tweeted support for Gillespie while accusing Northam of "fighting for" the MS-13 gang.

According to a third poll, Gillespie may be doing just that. Overall, 28% say their vote is a message of disapproval and 17% say it is a message of support.

Polls give Northam a strong edge in Northern Virginia and an edge in Hampton Roads.

Gillespie said "it's clear the left is pouring in" to the state, but said he's not concerned about the money gap.

Only four percent remain undecided. Almost 3 out of 4 Independents (71%) say Trump is not a factor in their choice.

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The two candidates had broached the topic of the president's role as commander in chief at their first debate back in July. Northam is trying to tie Gilespie, a traditional Republican, to Trump.

The Northam campaign told the Washington Examiner that there was no malice behind the adjustment of the ad, calling it "fairly innocuous".

"I believe our president is a unsafe man, I think he lacks empathy", said Northam. Gillespie leads in the state's rural GOP strongholds.

"What are you going to do as our governor?"

On healthcare: Northam 42; Gillespie 32. "Call the White House, put me through to the narcissistic maniac?"

Other reports by Guamnewswatch

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