We're conducting our final North Carolina primary poll over the weekend, and since I know people will be waiting in eager anticipation we're going to go ahead and release the results after we finish doing interviews at 9 PM Sunday night. Expect them to be up by 11 PM or so.
We're also going to try something new and do a live blog of the election results across North Carolina on Tuesday night. If you were reading us the night of the Presidential election in 2008 you know we were far ahead of any mainstream media outlet in explaining why Barack Obama was going to win the state even though he trailed in the returns for much of the night (Cumberland and Buncombe Counties were the last ones out and we knew they'd go heavily for him, which no one else seemed to have a handle on.) There probably won't be anything that dramatic this election night but we'll be breaking down the Senate race, Congressional races, and legislative races across the state as the night progresses.
The other state we'll be polling this weekend is Kentucky We're interested in whether Rand Paul is holding onto his large lead in the primary, and whether Trey Grayson's attacks are softening him up at all for the general election. We're also trying to delve into what the GOP primary there says about the way Republicans feel about their party, and what it all means to the Tea Party movement.
So that's what's on deck!