Well that was certainly the most spirited 'vote on where we poll' to date. The political blogs in Alabama did an impressive job of generating votes for their state, as did a lot of the Republican blogosphere on Massachusetts' behalf. Ultimately the Ron Paul/Libertarian Republicans won out, as they often do on the internet, and Connecticut was the winner because of interest in Peter Schiff's candidacy.
We'll poll the Massachusetts race this weekend unless other polling comes out in the interim indicating that Martha Coakley is going to coast to an easy victory.
But it's Connecticut where we'll go in the field tonight:
-We'll test Chris Dodd against the trio of Republican candidates but we'll also look at how Richard Blumenthal or Chris Murphy might do as a Democratic alternative.
-We'll look at how Ned Lamont and Susan Bysiewicz do against Michael Fedele and Tom Foley for Governor. Sorry we can't test all the Democratic candidates but there are too many and at this point Bysiewicz and Lamont look like the early front runners.
-We'll see how Joe Lieberman's approval is doing generally and also what people thought of his actions on the health care bill. Would have liked to get some 2012 stuff in there but the poll is long enough already.
-And we will look at the Democratic primary for Governor with all announced candidates included, as well as the Republican primaries for Senate and Governor with the fields as they stand.
This should come out starting Thursday.
Edit: We also included Dan Malloy in Gubernatorial match ups.