About a week ago Public Policy Polling put out a call for folks to vote on the next two states that they’d like to see polled. The choices were Florida, Montana, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and Texas. Montana was one of the winners.
I can see why folks wanted to see polling from Montana, we have what is already being talked about as the most competitive governor’s race in the nation in 2012, and the Tester v. Rehberg contest is one of the top three races for U.S. Senate. We also have a race for an open Congressional seat that could get interesting.
It will be interesting to see what races will be polled. Montanans haven’t had any information yet on Rick Hill vs. Ken Miller in the GOP primary, or for that matter Neil Livingstone or on Bullock vs. Bohlinger on the Dem side. D.C. folks have been chattering about a 2014 primary between Baucus and Schweitzer, and a couple of candidates have jumped into the House race with Rep. Franke Wilmer including Dave Strohmaier, of Missoula, and Senator Kim Gillan, of Billings.