Horse races


We wrap up our latest round of polls with Missouri and Nevada. custodia samsung s7 edge valentino rossi


NOTE: A reader just let us know that we originally misspelled Todd Akin's name. It has been corrected, and we apologize for the error. The Show Me State has shown America a fair amount of political upheaval in the last 12 months. custodia samsung galaxy s5 mini One of the first states to legislatively reject federal health care reforms, its popular Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill got into hot water over not paying property taxes for a family-owned jet. To face McCaskill this fall, Missouri Republicans elected Todd Akin--the candidate many felt was the weakest on the ballot. Still, most experts put Missouri's Senate seat in the Democratic loss column...until Akin's infamous use of the term "legitimate rape" in an interview. That quote put Akin on the GOP's persona non grata list and it was assumed that McCaskill would breeze to a win. custodia galaxy 5 But Akin has hung in and made it a horse race--undoubted aided by the fact that Mitt Romney leads Barack Obama in another tight race: [table id=140 /]


Nevada's race for president can't be considered close (although it's not over, either), but the race for U.S. Senate is among the tightest we've seen lately. samsung galaxy s8 cover custodia protezione Incumbent Republican Dean Heller is said to be running a textbook race against Democrat U.S. custodia samsung j5 2017 sottile Rep. Shelley Berkley, who has been under a cloud from an ethics investigation. custodia j3 2016 samsung flip Still, Nevada has been leaning left lately, so Berkley is nipping at Heller's heels and most believe it will be a race to the wire: [table id=141 /] Later today: Ohio results. UPDATE: The Ohio poll which we had hoped to publish yesterday was being used with the permission of a private client.