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With the mid-term elections happening, and with upcoming results about to flood the 24-hour and local news networks, I thought it would be good idea to point out the key Governor elections in this 2014 mid-term election cycle.
Here are the races that are really going to come down to the wire, and will be truly dependent upon voter turnout. If you happen to live in any of these states, I would say your vote matters doubly so than some other states that have a decidedly wide margin of polling. And would also encourage you to go out and vote (even if your state doesn't show here) as all votes matter, and can tip the scales in ANY election.
All of these Governor election races are polling at almost a dead heat, with only a maximum of 2 point % difference on any given day:
Florida Governor race between:
(D) Charlie Crist - 41.6%
(R) Rick Scott - 41.3%
Connecticut Governor race between:
(D) Dannel Malloy - 44.4%
(R) Tom Foley - 44.6%
Illinois Governor race between:
(D) Pat Quinn - 44.7%
(R) Bruce Rauner - 44.4%
Maine Governor race between:
(D) Mike Michaud - 40.4%
(R) Paul LePage - 40.7%
Colorado Governor race between:
(D) John Hickenlooper - 49.1%
(R) Bob Beauprez - 47.8%
Wisconsin Governor race between:
(D) Mary Burke - 45.5%
(R) Scott Walker - 47.3%
Michigan Governor race between:
(D) Mark Schauer - 44.3%
(R) Rick Snyder - 46.3%
All polling up to date on this forum post timestamp, courtesy of HuffPost Pollster
(which aggregates lots of polling into one comprehensive chart).
What are your guesses on the results, in any given race, or frankly all of them? Any insider info that can illuminate who might win and why here?