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Who’s ahead in the Washington Senate race?

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U.S. Senate, Washington, 2022
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500LV
Nov.3-5
500LV
Murray
47%
Murray
47%

Murray

47%

Smiley

47%
47%
Smiley  Even
550LV
Oct.31
550LV
Murray
48%
Murray
48%

Murray

48%

Smiley

46%
46%
Smiley  Murray+2
506LV
Oct.26-27
506LV
Murray
51%
Murray
51%

Murray

51%

Smiley

45%
45%
Smiley  Murray+5
500LV
Oct.20-22
500LV
Murray
46%
Murray
46%

Murray

46%

Smiley

46%
46%
Smiley  Even
500LV
Oct.20-22
500LV
Murray
48%
Murray
48%

Murray

48%

Smiley

42%
42%
Smiley  Murray+6
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