Loudonville, N.Y. - Voters statewide will be casting their ballots tomorrow, and a new poll shows the race for governor is tightening slightly.
A new Siena College poll shows that Cuomo's lead over Republican Marc Molinaro narrowed from 22 points in October to 13 points this month. Cuomo leads 49-36 percent.
One reason for the decline is independent voters, who favor Molinaro by seven points. Last month, Cuomo was ahead 10 points among those New Yorkers.
Another reason is that Republicans are coming home saying that they are now more likely to vote for their candidates as opposed to a third-party candidate.
The race for Attorney General has Democrat Letitia James leading Republican Keith Wofford 49-37 percent.
In the other Statewide races the Democratic Party candidates all maintain 20-plus point leads.