A poll released on Tuesday by Republican Andrew Heaney’s congressional campaign found a “wide open race” for the 19th district primary against John Faso.

“As they did with Donald Trump, establishment billionaire boosters are trying bury the Heaney campaign in lies and half truths and buy John Faso an election he could never win on his own. These efforts have clearly stalled and with two weeks left two go voters are faced with a clear choice between a conservative outsider or a career politician and lobbyist,” David Catalfamo.

The poll found Faso leading Heaney 37 percent to 28 percent. Still, the 9-percentage point gap is smaller than the one found in a Siena College/TWC News survey that found Faso leading Heaney 50 percent to 28 percent among likely Republican voters.

A Faso-backed poll showed him leading 51 percent to 32 percent in the Hudson Valley congressional district.

The poll from Heaney was conducted by Public Opinion Strategies and surveyed 400 Republican primary voters. It was conducted from June 8 through June 9.

NY-19 June 2016 Polling Memo by Nick Reisman