Neck and neck doesn't even begin to do this justice.
Wildrose candidate Devinder Toor may be ahead, but it's looking like it will be a photo finish.
According to a new poll done by Abingdon Research, among decided voters, 25.3 per cent support the Wildrose, 24.7 per cent support the NDP, 23.4 per cent support the Alberta Liberals and 21.8 per cent support the PC Party.
Metro states that the poll was of 300 residents in Calgary Greenway done by live telephone interview from March 2 to 7, 2016. The margin of error is +/- 5.7 per cent, 19 times out of 20.
Another poll, this one done by Mainstreet Research for Postmedia, has the PC Party ahead at 31 per cent, followed by the NDP, at 24 then the Wildrose at 22 and then the Liberals with 21.
The second place candidate in both polls, Roop Rai of the NDP, has made some controversial comments. She claimed that Alberta relies 100% on oil, which is false. She also suggested that because her husband lost his job, she's only running because of the salary that comes with being an MLA.
The super tight 4-way race will certainly be interesting to watch with the byelection set for March 22.