The finalists for where we'll poll this weekend are:
-Connecticut. We still haven't looked at it since it became an open seat, we will eventually!
-Delaware. One of the few states with races for both Governor and Senate next year. I know everyone's dying to see the Tom Carper/Christine O'Donnell numbers.
-Hawaii. Need to look at what would happen both if Daniel Akaka is the nominee and if he retires- would Linda Lingle be viable under either circumstance?
-Maine. We know Olympia Snowe is vulnerable to generic challengers from the right, but how about the actual ones she's picked up so far?
-Mississippi. Interested in seeing if the state is supportive of Haley Barbour for President, and we can take a first look at the race to replace him.
-Missouri. One of the Senate races where the landscape has changed a lot the last few months since we polled it, with Jim Talent out of the mix- and it also has interesting contests for President and Governor next year.
-New Hampshire. Recent UNH and Magellan polls told very different stories about Barack Obama's prospects for winning the state again so it would be interesting to see where we fall on that spectrum.
Voting's going to be open for about 24 hours. Top 2 win- don't cheat the poll or we'll throw out the state you cheated for- and we'll take question suggestions starting tomorrow night for the winners.