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Kelly Surges in 2 New Hampshire Polls

Hubbell led Reynolds by 2 points in Iowa.

Nov. 5, 2018, 10:49 a.m.

CT GOV: Former cable executive Ned Lamont (D) led former UBS executive Bob Stefanowski (R) 46-37 percent in a Gravis Marketing poll (Oct. 30-Nov. 1; 681 LVs; +/-3.8%). (RealClearPolitics)

FL GOV: Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum (D) led former Rep. Ron DeSantis (R) 48-47 percent in a Gravis Marketing poll (Oct. 29-Nov. 2; 753 LVs; +/-3.6%). (RealClearPolitics) An NBC News/Marist poll found Gillum leading DeSantis by 50-46 percent (Oct. 30-Nov. 2; 595 LVs; +/- 5%). (NBC News) A Quinnipiac poll found Gillum up 50-43 percent (Oct. 29-Nov. 4; 1,142 LVs; +/- 3.5%). (release) Gillum led DeSantis 48-46 percent in a St. Pete’s Polls survey (Nov. 1-2; 2,733 LVs; +/-1.9%). (release) DeSantis led Gillum 46-43 percent in an online poll (Oct. 28-31; 558 LVs) by Targoz Market Research. The margin error was not immediately available. (release)

GA GOV: Secretary of State Brian Kemp (R) led former state House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams (D) 52-40 in a Trafalgar Group (R) poll (Oct. 30-Nov. 3; 2,171 LVs; +/-2.1%). (release) Kemp led Abrams 49-47 percent in an Emerson College poll (Oct. 29-31; 724 LVs; +/-3.7%). (release)

IA GOV: Former state economic development official Fred Hubbell (D) led Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) 46-44 percent in a Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll (Oct. 30-Nov. 2; 801 LVs; +/- 3.5%), with 2 percent supporting business consultant Jake Porter (L) and 2 percent undecided. (Des Moines Register) Reynolds led Hubbell 49-45 percent in an Emerson College poll (Oct. 29-31; 1,462 LVs; +/-2.7%). (release)

IL GOV: Venture capitalist J.B. Pritzker (D) led Gov. Bruce Rauner (R) 49-33 percent with third-party candidate Sam McCann trailing at 8 percent in a Victory Research poll (Nov. 1-3; 1,208 LVs). Margin of error was not immediately available. (release)

ME GOV: State Attorney General Janet Mills (D) led businessman Shawn Moody (R) 55-38 percent in a Slingshot Strategies poll (IVR; Nov. 1; 518 RVs). The margin error was not immediately available. (FiveThirtyEight)

MI GOV: Former state Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer (D) led state Attorney General Bill Schuette (R) 48-44 percent in a Target Insyght poll (Oct. 22-24; 800 LVs; +/- 3%). (MIRS News)

NH GOV: Gov. Chris Sununu (R) led former state Sen. Molly Kelly (D) 47-46 percent according to a Change Research poll (Oct. 27-29; 901 LVs) for the New Hampshire Democratic Party. The margin error was not immediately available. (WMUR) Sununu and Kelly were tied at 46 percent in a University of New Hampshire poll (Nov. 1-4; 630 LVs; +/-3.9%). (release)

NM GOV: Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) led Rep. Steve Pearce (R) 53-43 percent in an Albuquerque Journal poll (Oct. 29-Nov. 1; 993 LVs; +/-3.1%) conducted by Research & Polling Inc. (Albuquerque Journal)

NV GOV: State Attorney General Adam Laxalt (R) led Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak (D) 47-45 percent in a Trafalgar Group poll (Oct. 29-Nov. 1; 2,587 LVs; +/- 1.9%). (release) Sisolak led Laxalt 46-44 percent in a Gravis Marketing poll (Oct. 24-26; 773 LVs; +/-3.5%). (release)

OH GOV: Former CFPB Director Richard Cordray (D) led state Attorney General Mike DeWine (R) 48-43 percent in a Gravis Marketing poll (Oct. 29-30; 789 LVs; +/-3.5%). (RealClearPolitics)

OK GOV: Businessman Kevin Stitt (R) led former state Attorney General Drew Edmondson (D) 47-44 percent in a Sooner poll (Oct. 31-Nov. 3; 338 LVs; +/- 5.3%). (release)

PA GOV: Gov. Tom Wolf (D) led former state Sen. Scott Wagner (R) 58-37 percent in a Muhlenberg College poll. (Oct. 28-Nov. 1; 421 LVs; +/-6%) (Allentown Morning Call)

TN GOV: Businessman Bill Lee (R) led former Nashville Mayor Karl Dean (D) 53-44 percent in a Targoz Market Research poll (Oct. 28-31; 480 LVs). The margin error was not immediately available. (release)

WI GOV: State schools Superintendent Tony Evers (D) led Gov. Scott Walker (R) 51-46 percent in an Emerson College poll (Oct. 29-31; 604 LVs; +/-4.1%). (release)

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