Two new polls have McAuliffe up in governor’s race
Two new polls out Friday have Democrat Terry McAuliffe leading Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Libertarian Robert Sarvis in the Virginia governor’s race.
A University of Mary Washington poll has McAuliffe at 42 percent, with Cuccinelli at 35 percent and Sarvis at 10 percent. A Hampton University poll has McAuliffe at 42 percent, Cuccinelli at 37 percent and Sarvis at 8 percent.
The UMW poll has Democratic Party lieutenant governor nominee Ralph Northam leading Republican nominee E.W. Jackson by a 39 percent-35 percent margin, while the Hampton U. poll has Jackson with a narrow 39 percent-to-38 percent lead.
Republican Mark Obenshain has the lead in the attorney general race in both polls over Democrat Mark Herring – 42 percent to 36 percent in the Mary Washington poll, and 41 percent to 37 percent in the HU poll.
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