In Georgia David Perdue leads Michelle Nunn 46/45 with Libertarian Amanda Swafford getting 5%. It still looks like this race is headed to a runoff. Our polls over the last month have consistently found a close race with Perdue up 2, then tied, then tied again, and now up 1. The candidates have almost identical favorability ratings with Nunn at 45/41 and Perdue at 43/41.
In the Governor's race Nathan Deal appears to have a better shot at an outright victory tomorrow night. Deal is polling at 47% to 43% for Jason Carter, with Libertarian Andrew Hunt getting 4%. Libertarian candidates often poll better ahead of the election than they actually end up doing on election day- if that's the case here and Deal can hold onto his 4 point advantage he will win without a runoff.
There's not a ton of hope for Democrats further down the ballot in Georgia. Republicans lead for all the rest of the statewide offices by anywhere from 6 to 14 points.