A new poll just out shows Mitt Romney is making gains in the Commonwealth.
The Quinnipiac University poll shows Mitt Romney is catching up with Barack Obama among voters in Virginia.
According to the study, the two candidates are deadlocked at 44 percent each.
Obama is losing traction in Virginia. Back in March he has an 8 point lead, which then fell to a 5 point lead last month. President Obama's visited Glen Allen less than a week ago.
Voters asked to take part in the poll say Mitt Romney would do a better job on the economy, but they support the president's call to raise income taxes on households making more than $250,000 a year.
First Lady Michelle Obama is making a campaign stop for her husband Friday in Charlottesville. There's no word yet when Mitt Romney plans to come to Virginia to campaign.
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