Jon Kyl, once considered vulnerable in Arizona, is apparently cruising to victory
, with over 50% and a 19% lead in composite polling.
Harold Ford, considered one of the Democrats' rising stars, trails all three
of his potential opponents for the Senate from Tennessee, and the gap is widening.
Lincoln Chafee continues to lead his potential Democratic challengers, while Steve Laffey would lose badly. This is a real opportunity
for the Republicans in Rhode Island to shoot themselves in the foot.
Rick Santorum continues to look like the most likely Republican net loss
in 2006; he's 13 points behind Bob Casey, with the challenger topping the crucial 50% level.
Mike DeWine continues to lead in Ohio, but must be considered vulnerable
:DeWine has been very steady in all five polls we've conducted on this race, earning between 43% and 46% of the vote each time. Brown, with one exception, has stayed between 40% and 42%.
Although Joe Lieberman remains despised by the netkooks, he's leading primary challenger Ned Lamont
by 20 points. In the unlikely event he's forced to run as an independent, he'd still easily win reelection.