Arizona: Pretty much no one except Rasmussen is polling Arizona and with the amount of stuff going on in the state- the Hayworth/McCain primary, a rare opportunity in the Governor's race for Democrats to pick up something they currently don't have this year- it would be worth getting another set of eyes on it.
Louisiana: Along with Richard Burr, David Vitter should be the most endangered Republican incumbent. Is he really in any trouble? Recent polling has told divergent stories.
New Hampshire: We haven't looked at this race since last February, one of the few major Senate contests for which that's the case. New Hampshire's a state where you can do the House races on a statewide poll as well.
Pennsylvania 12: The race to replace John Murtha has much broader implications for this fall than what's going on in Hawaii.
Washington: This is a good old 'divergent polls' state. Rasmussen says Murray's in trouble. Research 2000 says not so much. I'd be interested to see where we fall on that spectrum.
Voting is open until Thursday morning, and we'll do the top two vote getters.