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Monday, May 29, 2006

Never under-estimate the power of stupid people in large groups

2006 Senate Races

Connecticut Senate
Joe Lieberman (D) 59% Paul Streitz (R) 23%
(However, Lieberman faces a stiff challenge from within his own party.)

Florida Senate
Nelson (D) 60% Harris (R) 33%

Maryland Senate
Steele (R) Trails Cardin and Mfume
Ben Cardin (D) 45% Michael Steele (R) 35%
Kweisi Mfume (D) 42% Michael Steele (R) 38%

Missouri Senate
Talent 43% McCaskill 40%

Montana Senate
Burns Trails Both Democrats
Jon Tester (D) 48% Conrad Burns (R) 44%
John Morrison (D) 49% Conrad Burns (R) 45%

Nebraska Senate
Nelson (D) by 19
Ben Nelson (D) 54% Pete Ricketts (R) 35%

New Jersey Senate
Kean (R) 40% Menendez (D) 37%

Ohio Senate
Brown (D) 44% DeWine (R) 41%

Rhode Island
GOP Incumbents Struggle in Blue State
Lincoln Chafee (R) 44% Sheldon Whitehouse (D) 41%

Tennessee Senate
Ford (D) Trails Three Republicans
In the competitive race to fill the Senate seat of departing Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R), likely Democratic nominee Harold Ford continues to trail all three potential Republican opponents.

Virginia Senate
George Allen (R) 51% Harris Miller (D) 34%

Washington Senate
Cantwell (D) 46% McGavick (R) 41%

West Virginia Senate
Byrd (D) 57% Raese (R) 34%

From the look of things, it might be a good time to invest in Diebold.

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