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Daily Fix Poll: The Superlatives of 2010!

By Felicia Sonmez

Every high school class has its "superlatives": the student most likely to win a Nobel Peace Prize and the one most likely to cure a disease; the best- and worst-dressed students (Fix won "best dressed" in 8th grade -- OH YEAH!) and the one most likely to become president.

This year's Senate and House freshman classes are no exception.

That's why this week, we're devoting our Daily Fix Poll to choosing the superlatives of the incoming class of 2010. Each day, we'll ask you to choose the Senate or House hopeful who best fits each superlative category -- the freshman Class of 2010's class clown, class president, or drama queen or king.

Today's question: which member of the Class of 2010 will be most likely to succeed in Congress?

The contenders:

Florida Senate nominee Marco Rubio (R), Wisconsin Senate nominee Ron Johnson (R), Delaware Senate nominee Chris Coons (D), Connecticut Senate nominee Dick Blumenthal (D), Ohio Senate nominee Rob Portman (R), California Senate nominee Carly Fiorina (R), West Virginia Senate nominee Joe Manchin (D), Colorado 4th District nominee Cory Gardner (R), Pennsylvania 7th District nominee Pat Meehan (R) and Washington 3rd District nominee Jaime Herrera (R).

After the jump, vote for your favorite candidate by clicking on his or her photo -- or nominate your own via Twitter! (Use the hashtag "#classof2010" or "#succeed" to vote on your favorites.)

To nominate your own favorite candidate via Twitter, click the button below:

By Felicia Sonmez  | October 25, 2010; 2:55 PM ET
Categories:  Daily Fix Poll  
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