Fix Daily Poll: Who will be the 'drama king/queen' of the Class of 2010?
By Felicia Sonmez
Yesterday, we asked you to vote for the candidate most likely to become the "prom queen" or "prom king" of the Class of 2010. Today, we turn our attention to a different kind of royalty -- the likely "drama kings" and "drama queens" of the new freshman class, the new members who are least likely to work together with their party's leadership.
With polls showing voters dissatisfied with both parties -- and with no shortage of candidates willing to show their independence from party leadership -- there were plenty of options to choose from, but in the end we narrowed it down to Kentucky Senate nominee Rand Paul (R), West Virginia Senate nominee Joe Manchin (D), Nevada Senate nominee Sharron Angle (R), Kentucky Senate nominee Jack Conway (D), Alaska Senate nominee Joe Miller (R), Utah Senate nominee Mike Lee (R), Florida's 22nd District nominee Allen West (R) and Louisiana's 3rd District nominee Jeff Landry (R).
Who do you think will butt heads with party leadership most often? After the jump, click the photo of the candidate to make your choice, or write in a candidate's name in the comments section below.
| October 28, 2010; 12:45 PM ET
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