This year’s Senate race picture continues to be very gloomy for Republicans. With highly vulnerable seats in Maine, New Hampshire, Virginia, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Oregon, and Colorado, it will take a great deal of money and excellent campaigning, not to mention a healthy dose of luck, for the GOP to break even.
That said, it seems that there is a light around the corner in 2010. A new poll in Nevada strongly suggests that the Democratic Party should continue to select their Senate Majority Leaders from Red States, as it virtually guarantees a Republican pick-up. Harry Reid’s favorable/unfavorable rating is now 32%/51%.