(Milwaukee, WI) — Early polling for the November election shows Democrats leading two major Wisconsin races. The latest Marquette Law School Poll was released Wednesday. It shows Democratic Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes with a seven-point lead over incumbent Republican U-S Senator Ron Johnson. The governor’s race is a toss-up. Incumbent Democratic Governor Tony Evers holds a two-point lead over his challenger, Republican businessman Tim Michels. That lead was seven points in June when Michels was still involved in his party’s primary campaign. Respondents were also asked about abortion. Thirty-three-percent of Republicans and 94-percent of Democrats say abortion should be legal in most or all cases.