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Kerry 252   Bush 286  
Senate: Dem 51   GOP 49  
House: Dem 233   GOP 202  

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strong Dem Strong Dem (146)
weak Dem Weak Dem (37)
barely Dem Barely Dem (69)
tied Exactly tied (0)
barely GOP Barely GOP (37)
weak GOP Weak GOP (66)
strong GOP Strong GOP (183)
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Presidential polls today: (None) RSS
Dem pickups (vs. 2004): (None)  
GOP pickups (vs. 2004): (None)  

News from the Votemaster

Sen. Wayne Allard (R-CO) has announced that he will not run for a third term. This open seat will be the Democrats top target because Colorado has been trending Democratic. Despite President Bush's narrow win here in 2004, a Democrat, Ken Salazar, was elected to the Senate in that year and another Democrat, Bill Ritter was just elected governor in 2006 by 15%. Furthermore, the Democrats expanded their majorities in both houses of the state legislature. They also picked up a House seat in 2006 and have a 4-3 majority in the congressional delegation now.

This page is the prototype for 2008. The data and map will refer to previous elections until serious polls begin in 2008. The blog will be updated when there is interesting news about the 2008 races.

Preview of the 2008 races:           President       Senate       House      

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