Tuesday, November 6 is Election Day.
A new poll shows Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham has a sizable lead over Republican Steve Pearce in New Mexico’s gubernatorial race.
According to the Albuquerque Journal, 53 percent of likely voters said they would vote, or already have voted, for Lujan Grisham.
That is compared to 43 percent for Pearce.
The remaining four percent of likely voters would not say which candidate they would vote for or remain undecided.
Meanwhile, the Albuquerque Journal shows where other key races stand.
For U.S. Senate, Democrat Martin Heinrich appears to hold a strong lead at 51 percent of likely voters.
Republican Mick Rich and Libertarian Gary Johnson follow with 31 percent and 12 percent.
In the 1st Congressional District, the survey reveals Democrat Debra Haaland holds 50 percent of the likely vote.
Republican Janice Arnold Jones follows with 38 percent and Libertarian Lloyd Princeton at five percent.
In the hotly contested 2nd Congressional District race, the Journal poll indicates Republican Yvette Herrell has a slim lead over Democrat Xochitl Torres Small- 46 to 45 percent.