The final Marquette Law School poll before the 2018 midterm election has a dead heat in the Wisconsin governor's race.
Incumbent Republican Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Tony Evers are tied at 47 percent among likely voters.
Walker had a one-point lead on Oct. 10th.
In the U.S. Senate race, Tammy Baldwin owns a 11-point lead on Leah Vukmir (54-43). Baldwin, the incumbent Democrat, had a ten-point lead on Republican challenger Vukmir in early October.
The Wisconsin Attorney General's race is also closer and within the "margin of error" of the poll.
Incumbent Republican Brad Schimel has a 47-45 lead on Democrat Josh Kaul. Schimel's lead was four points in early October.
The poll talked with 1,400 registered voters between last Wednesday and last Sunday, and has a margin of error of plus-minus three percentage points.
1,154 poll-takers said they would be "likely voters." They have a plus-minus 3.2 percent margin of error.