We should have our Connecticut Senate numbers out later today and we'll start rolling out Colorado and New York poll results tomorrow.
Here are the options for next weekend:
-California. We found a very encouraging picture for Democrats in the state three weeks ago, it would be interesting to see if that's holding true.
-Florida. The Governor's race in particular has seen some pretty divergent polling of late. 2 weeks ago this seemed likely to be one of the Democrats' brighter sports for this year, that may or may not still be the case.
-Missouri. Some internal Democratic polls have shown the race tightening but with limited independent polling on the race it's not real clear whether that's really happening or not.
-Nevada. It's been 10 weeks now since we polled this race, pretty long given how high up the list of competitiveness it is.
-New Hampshire. Some polling shows the Governor's race a toss up, some still a strong edge for John Lynch. And have Democratic prospects in the Senate race really faded away or not?
-Washington.The other top tier Senate contest we've gone a long time without polling- or is it really still top tier? Interested to see if we would have Patty Murray pulling away or not.
-West Virginia. Despite the increasing competitiveness of this race we're still not seeing numbers from anyone but Rasmussen so we're open to taking another look even if it hasn't been that long.
-Wisconsin. When we polled this a few weeks ago it was right after the Republican primary so I'm curious to see how much of Ron Johnson and Scott Walker's strong standing was a post-primary bounce and how much of it was real.
Voting is open until Wednesday night and we'll do at least the top two vote getters. And please leave suggestions for questions you'd like us to ask in these states beyond the obvious stuff.