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In the governor's race, most polls have shown a tight race with Northam maintaining a consistent lead.

In New Jersey, the Public Mind Poll put Trump's approval among likely voters at 31 percent.

Monmouth's last poll, which was conducted last month, showed Northam with 49 percent of the votes to Gillespie's 44 percent.

"This has never been more than a five-point race in Monmouth's polling, and that means either candidate has a very real shot at winning this thing", Patrick Murray, the director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, said.

Gillespie's old boss, former President George W. Bush, was in Richmond Monday at a fundraiser in downtown Richmond that turned out a solid Gillespie crowd of business people and Bush supporters.

"One number says it all".

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Brown added, "The two major-party candidates do about the same among their respective party bases, but a candidate who carries independent voters by double-digits is nearly always a victor". She said in a press release that "there's plenty of room and time left for Northam to close the deal [or] for Gillespie to close the gap".

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

Only four percent remain undecided.

The two candidates had broached the topic of the president's role as commander in chief at their first debate back in July. "Trump-endorsed, gun-loving, Confederate-monument-supporting, racist Republican Ed Gillespie scrubs African American running mate from fliers!" the headlines surely would've read.

The Northam campaign told the Washington Examiner that there was no malice behind the adjustment of the ad, calling it "fairly innocuous". Gillespie leads in the state's rural GOP strongholds. "Call the White House, put me through to the narcissistic maniac?"