We're going to let you pick one of the states we poll this week and here are the choices:
-Colorado. While there's consensus on the Governor's race there the polling on the Senate race is all over the place and we haven't looked at it since right before the primary.
-Connecticut. Quinnipiac shows the Senate race getting tight. The Blumenthal campaign's polling does not. And we haven't polled there since January.
-Washington. I think this is going to be a 2 point race all the way to election day with few voters getting persuaded and it all coming down to who shows up. But a poll yesterday showed a wider Murray lead and like with Colorado we haven't gone there since before the primary.
-West Virginia. There hasn't been much polling from anyone but Rasmussen and it's always good to get a second voice- do Republicans really have a shot or not? (We would not poll the House races in the state, sorry.)
-Wisconsin. I think the Senate race in the state is very similar to Washington- going to be close right to the end. But it's a little more susceptible to a wider shift with Ron Johnson much less well defined than Dino Rossi. And it would be interesting to see the Governor's race once the final match is set.
Voting's open until Thursday morning and whoever you vote for let us know what other stuff you think we should poll on in these states.