(WHTM) – The Pennsylvania Governor race to replace Gov. Tom Wolf features two candidates who have been separated by a wide margin in most polling.

A WHTM/Emerson College Polling/The Hill poll released in November shows Democrat Josh Shapiro leading Republican Doug Mastriano by nine points. That trend has carried through most of the primary with most polls showing Shapiro leading by at least 10 points.

One poll conducted by the Republican-funded Trafalgar Group, which has an A- rating from election forecasters FiveThirtyEight, showed a much closer race with Shapiro up by just two points with a +/-2.9% margin of error. Libertarian candidate Erik Gerhardt received 3.5% in the Trafalgar poll, enough support to potentially sway the race for either of the top two candidates.

abc27 compiled recent polling to show how the race has trended since the spring primary season.

The poll numbers were compiled by FiveThirtyEight using pollsters who received at least a B+ rating. Pollsters in this chart include; Suffolk University, Emerson College, Beacon Research/Shaw & Company Research, Marist College, Muhlenberg College, Trafalgar Group, YouGov, Public Opinion Strategies, and Cygnal.

The closest polls were conducted by The Trafalgar Group show Shapiro leading by nine points in early October and four points in early November.

Shapiro’s largest lead in the polls included in this chart is 15%, including a recent Marist College poll.

According to campaign finance filings, Shapiro has out-fundraising Mastriano 8 to 1 over the summer with Shapiro bringing in about $25.4 million to Mastriano’s nearly $3.2 million.

After months of staying off the airwaves, Mastriano launched a $1 million ad buy on October 3 that includes 30 and 60-second ads.

The nonpartisan election handicapper Cook Political Report has rated the race as “likely Democrat” and FiveThirtyEight has Shapiro as “clearly favored” to win.

Pennsylvania’s general election is on November 8.