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Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) has closed the gap in the polls on Democratic Governor Kathy Hochul in recent weeks, and the New York governor’s race was moved to a “toss-up” Saturday, according to RealClearPolitics.

The most recent change comes just a week after the polling data aggregator moved the race from “likely Democratic” to “leans Democratic.” Hochul led Zeldin by as many as 24 points, according to polling from August, and another poll in September showed the governor up by 17, but new data suggest the Republican candidate has remarkably made it a competitive race in deep blue New York.

“Our race was just moved to TOSS UP by RealClearNews!” Zeldin celebrated in a tweet on Saturday. “We have just 24 days to go until we FIRE Kathy Hochul & save our state. Read more…