The race for Wisconsin governor is virtually even, according to the latest Marquette Law School poll. The poll of likely voters released today shows incumbent Governor Scott Walker tied with State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers in a 47-47 race. Libertarian candidate Phil Anderson received three percent, and only one percent say they lack a preference or do not lean to a candidate. One percent declined to respond to the question. Pollster Charles Franklin noted in the poll release that the exact same number of likely voters polled chose Walker and Evers. Walker had a one-point lead three weeks ago on October 10th.