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Who’s ahead in the Nevada governor race?

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Governor, Nevada, 2022

450LV
Nov.4-6
450LV
Sisolak
47%
Sisolak
47%

Sisolak

47%

Lombardo

49%
49%
Lombardo  Lombardo+2
1,100LV
Nov.2-6
1,100LV
Sisolak
46%
Sisolak
46%

Sisolak

46%

Lombardo

48%

Davis

3%

Bridges

1%
48%
LombardoLombardo+2
550LV
Nov.4
550LV
Sisolak
44%
Sisolak
44%

Sisolak

44%

Lombardo

49%

Davis

4%
49%
LombardoLombardo+5
501LV
Nov.2-3
501LV
Sisolak
43%
Sisolak
43%

Sisolak

43%

Lombardo

45%
45%
Lombardo  Lombardo+2
600LV
Nov.1-2
600LV
Sisolak
42%
Sisolak
42%

Sisolak

42%

Lombardo

47%
47%
Lombardo  Lombardo+5
2,000LV
Oct.26-29
2,000LV
Sisolak
46%
Sisolak
46%

Sisolak

46%

Lombardo

50%
50%
Lombardo  Lombardo+4
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