At Campaigns & Elections magazine - a trade rag for political consultants - they did a poll and asked one question: “Which currently Democratic-held governor’s seat is most likely to change hands in 2006?”
What did the insiders and experts say?
By a large margin, nearly twice that of the second-place finisher, 37 percent of site visitors cast their vote for Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm. ... Finishing in second place, with 19 percent, was Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle. ... Maine Gov. John Baldacci finished third in C&E’s poll with 15 percent of the vote. ... Fourteen percent of site visitors chose Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich as the most endangered incumbent. ... Only 12 percent of site visitors picked Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski as the governor most likely to lose this November.
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