We're going to let you have six choices on where we poll this week:
The first couple are places where we found Democratic Senators up for reelection next year with iffy numbers even before Barack Obama's approval started declining, so it would be interesting to see where they are now:
-Arkansas. We showed Blanche Lincoln with a 45% approval rating in March...we would look at how she does against a generic Republican, what her general reelect numbers are, and how she does against some of the candidates who have already announced.
-Colorado. Michael Bennet's approval was in the 30s in April and he was polling in the margin of error against most of his prospective opponents. I guess we'd be open to testing a primary challenger too, open to suggestions on who that would be. We can also take an early look at the GOP primary for Governor and how both of those hopefuls do against Bill Ritter.
Then there are perhaps the two most competitive Senate races for next year that we haven't polled yet:
-Connecticut. We would look at how both Chris Dodd and Richard Blumenthal do against the Republican candidates, as well as the Governor's race for next year.
And a couple western states:
-Arizona. We'd take an early look at Jan Brewer v. Terry Goddard, get an initial look at Obama's prospects for taking the state in 2012, and gauge John McCain's vulnerability in both a primary and the general election. If Arizona wins what Democrat(s) should we look at against him?
-California. Is Barbara Boxer really as vulnerable as the recent Rasmussen poll suggested? And of course a look at the open Governor's race.
No matter where we poll we'll look at the birther stuff, it will be interesting to see it somewhere outside the south (unless Arkansas wins.)
Vote at the top of the page, it will be open until Wednesday morning, we'll do the poll next weekend.