Thanks for all the suggestions on where to poll this week. Your choices are:
-Minnesota. Interesting to see if Amy Klobuchar is still in solid shape with an actual opponent now, to see whether the state's more into a Tim Pawlenty or Michele Bachmann Presidential candidacy, and how voters are feeling about gay marriage.
-Montana. Competitive Senate race, open seats for House and Governor, one of the states Obama came closest to winning but fell short in in 2008, lots to work with there.
-New Mexico. Open Senate seat with both interesting general election and primary match ups, as well as one of the Bush 2004/Obama 2008 states we've gone the longest amount of time without polling.
-Ohio. Always a vital swing state at the Presidential level, so interested to see what's going on there post-bin Laden and to do another check up on Sherrod Brown and the Senate race.
-South Carolina. Haven't polled the GOP race there since January and now that there's a Huckabee vacuum it seems like a good time for it...and it's always interesting to poll on the unique set of characters that are South Carolina's major statewide elected officials.
-Wisconsin. Open Senate seat, check back in on Scott Walker, somewhat important Presidential state. Not going to be hard to fill up a Wisconsin poll.
We'll take the top two vote getters and as always don't rig the poll.