We have numbers from Florida, Nevada, and West Virginia coming this week. Here are your choices for next week:
-California. It's been 4 weeks now since we polled there- are Jerry Brown and Barbara Boxer holding strong? And we get more calls about the marijuana referendum than anything else these days so I know folks are always up for more numbers on that.
-Illinois. We polled there a few weeks ago but it's one of the few states with really close races for both Senate and Governor so no problem with doing it again.
-New Hampshire. I'm still interested in the question of whether John Lynch is in trouble or not- the polling is all over the map- and the polls also differ on if Democrats have any remaining chance at winning that Senate race.
-Ohio. Lots of polls show Ted Strickland more or less tied. A fair number still show him down by a lot too. I'd be interested to see where we fall in there.
-Pennsylvania. I think the conventional wisdom is that the Senate race is over but conventional wisdom is perfectly capable of being wrong- there have been a couple polls showing it as close as 3 or 5 points over the last couple weeks and it would be worth taking a look at whether Joe Sestak's getting back into this thing.
-Washington. For a while it looked like Patty Murray was pulling away but now it seems the polls might be going back in the other direction and the numbers we found for her within Dave Reichert's Congressional district last weekend were not all that encouraging. We haven't polled here since July.
-Wisconsin. The public polls have developed into a consensus that Feingold's down by about 7 points or so but his internal polling shows a rosier race and the state has a competitive Governor's race as well.
Voting is open until Wednesday morning.