Here are the finalists on where we'll poll this weekend, voting is open until Thursday morning:
-Georgia. I still think this is a bit of a sleeper Senate race with Johnny Isakson posting mediocre approval numbers the last time we polled there. And the Governor's race is very competitive as well.
-Maine. It would be interesting to see how the Governor's race looks now that the field is set and I'm also always interested in seeing Olympia Snowe's approval numbers, particularly among Republicans.
-New Mexico. Another one where the Governor's race is now set and the other good thing about polling the state is that with only 3 Congressional districts we can take a look at each of its House races as well.
-Ohio. Not exactly an under polled state but we haven't looked at it in three months. It seems like things are looking up for both Ted Strickland and Lee Fisher and I'm interested to see if our figures corroborate that.
-Oregon. The post-primary polling on this now set Governor's race has somewhat surprisingly shown Republican Chris Dudley ahead. I'm curious to see if we confirm that.
-Pennsylvania. There really hasn't been all that much post primary Sestak-Toomey polling. With Sestak's victory over Arlen Specter now four weeks in the rear view mirror does he still have the momentum?
-Texas. For the second biggest state in the country Texas sure is under polled. The Governor's race is important but my greatest interest here might be seeing public opinion on what conference voters want the Longhorns and the Aggies playing in next year.
-Washington. One of the biggest races we haven't polled yet this cycle- or is it even a big race? There's not a lot of consensus in the Patty Murray-Dino Rossi polling to data.
-Wisconsin. The conventional wisdom was that this race would only be competitive if Tommy Thompson took the plunge but Russ Feingold's approval numbers haven't been overwhelming- they have been solid, just not phenomenal. Worth a look.
So those are your picks- vote away!