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For any of states with interesting races for senate for 2010, we know some democrats who have important offices currently or in the past, and who not are old for return or change the office.

Today we will try see who of they can help better to Democratic Party for win the 2010 senate race in their home state. Maybe any can help.

The candidates of todays poll are from six states:

  1. Kentucky, where until now we not try see like can help current governor S Beshear for the senate race.
  1. North Carolina, where they are some of these names. Famous democrats who can help or not, we will try see today.
  1. Missouri, where they are too some of these names, and we will try see who of they can help better for the race.
  1. Oklahoma, where seems time for B Henry, but they are more knows names.
  1. Florida, where B Graham seems the strongest democrat, but we dont know about other famous names.
  1. Georgia, where they are too any possible candidates in same case of these others.

In other states with other candidates like these, we try see what think the people about they for senate races, and we can see like the people think candidates like E Rendell (PA), K Sebelius (KS), J Breaux (LA) and others can help to Democratic Party in their states. We can see too like in any states like OK (Brad Henry), FL (Bob Graham) or IA (Chet Culver) this help is unsufficent for win the race, but maybe interesting see what of these other famous democrats can help too.

Until now we have the next interesting results:

In a 0-10 scale, like this:

--- 00,000 ---
Safe Republican
--- 01,429 ---
Likely Republican
--- 02,857 ---
Leans Republican
--- 04,286 ---
Toss-Up
--- 05,714 ---
Leans Democratic
--- 07,142 ---
Likely Democratic
--- 08,571 ---
Safe Democratic
--- 10,000 ---

PA-Sen: A Specter (R-1930) vs E Rendell (D-1944) ? af 60 votes = 07,333 => Likely Democratic
KS-Sen: open R vs K Sebelius (D-1948) ? after 43 votes = 06,240 => Leans Democratic
KY-Sen: J Bunning (R-1931) vs ? after 33 votes = 05,606 => Toss-Up
LA-Sen: D Vitter (R-1961) vs J Breaux (D-1944) ? after 35 votes = 05,571 => Toss-Up
NC-Sen: R Burr (R-1955) vs ? after 38 votes = 05,307 => Toss-Up
2 LA-Sen: D Vitter (R-1961) vs M Landrieu (D-1960) ? after 39 votes = 05,000 => Toss-Up
OK-Sen: T Coburn (R-1948) vs B Henry (D-1963) ? after 55 votes = 03,727 => Leans Republican
FL-Sen *: C Crist (R-1956) vs B Graham (D-1936) ? af 22 votes = 03,561 => Leans Republican
IA-Sen: C Grassley (R-1933) vs C Culver (D-1966) ? aft 25 votes = 03,400 => Leans Republican
AZ-Sen: J McCain (R-1936) vs ? after 48 votes = 02,396 => Likely Republican

*: The diary for Florida is for gubernatorial race, but can be interesting include here the link to the poll because C Christ let open the door, and can run for senate in 2010.

2009-2010 ELECTIONS: For find any strong candidate more for senate

And for see about other difficult races for democratics like:

AK-Sen: L Murkovski (R-1957) vs T Knowles (D-1943) ?
SD-Sen: J Thune (R-1961) vs ?
ID-Sen: M Crapo (R-1951) vs ?
SC-Sen: J DeMint (R-1951) vs J Hodges (D-1956) ?
AL-Sen: R Shelby (R-1934) vs J Folsom (D-1949) ?
GA-Sen: J Isakson (R-1944) vs ?
UT-Sen: R Bennett (R-1933) vs ?

2009-2010 ELECTIONS: Senate. Republican Safe or Likely Seats?

All the polls are open.

PS: This diary will be updated when the number of votes up, and when the serie of diaries about senate end.

Originally posted to abgin on Tue Dec 30, 2008 at 11:35 AM PST.

Poll

Who of this possible candidates can help democratics to win 2010 senate elections more easily what other candidates in their home state?

20%7 votes
2%1 votes
2%1 votes
11%4 votes
5%2 votes
2%1 votes
0%0 votes
0%0 votes
17%6 votes
5%2 votes
5%2 votes
0%0 votes
14%5 votes
0%0 votes
8%3 votes

| 34 votes | Vote | Results

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