The election is tomorrow and as it approaches the polls have tightened. According to Real Clear Politics .com the race is almost as close as it can get. The last polls, all taken in November show interesting results.
A poll taken between October 30 and November 2 by the polling company shows Ed Gillespie ahead by 3 points. A Suffolk poll shows Ralph Northam ahead by 4 points, and polls by Rasmussen and Roanoke College each show a tie.
The Real Clear Politics polling average as of Sunday November 4 has Northam ahead by 1.9 points. That’s well within the margin of error which is 4 points.
The polls will open at 6 a.m. and there have been no changes in poll locations since the 2016 presidential election.