Friday, February 08, 2008

2008 Races- February Ratings

AL Sen- Safe R

AK Sen- Leans R

AR Sen- Safe D (changed from Likely D)

CO Sen- Tossup (R)

DE Gov- Leans D

DE Sen- Safe D (changed from Likely D)

GA Sen- Safe R

ID Sen- Safe R

IL Sen- Safe D

IN Gov- Leans R

IA Sen- Likely D

KS Sen- Safe R

KY Sen- Likely R

LA Sen- Tossup (R)

ME Sen- Likely R

MA Sen- Likely D

MI Sen- Safe D

MN Sen- Leans R

MS Sen A- Safe R

MS Sen B- Likely R

MO Gov- Tossup (R)

MT Gov- Likely D

MT Sen- Likely D

NE Sen- Safe R

NH Gov- Likely D

NH Sen- Tossup (R)

NJ Sen- Leans D

NM Sen- Leans D

NC Gov- Tossup (D)

NC Sen- Likely R

ND Gov- Safe R

OK Sen- Safe R

OR Sen- Leans R

RI Sen- Safe D

SC Sen- Safe R

SD Sen- Likely D

TN Sen- Safe R

TX Sen- Likely R

UT Gov- Safe R

VT Gov- Likely R

VA Sen- Likely D

WA Gov- Tossup (D)

WV Gov- Safe D

WV Sen- Safe D

WY Sen A- Safe R

WY Sen B- Likely R


At 11:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

New poll out of New Hampshire (Senate race) shows Shaheen (D) beating Sununu (R) 54-37. Tilting that race to the Republican is using some pretty fuzzy math, or apparently you're still fixated on that one outlier poll from two months ago.

And you think John Kerry can be beaten in Massachusetts by someone who would give the national GOP an extra Senate vote? While we're all dreaming, I'd like ten million dollars, which is about as likely to happen as Kerry losing.


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