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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. Chris Dodd (D-CT) has announced he is running for President. Beats me why. He doesn't have the money Hillary does, the charisma Obama does, the national campaign experience Edwards does, or the appeal to Western and Latino voters Richardson does. Maybe he is running for Veep, but what does he bring to the ticket? Connecticut? With Dodd on the ticket, the Democrats will definitely win Connecticut. However, without Dodd, they will also definitely win Connecticut. There is a decent chance he will drop out before the Iowa caucuses due to the fact that nobody will give him any money.

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