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washingtonpost.com's Election Map

As the 2006 midterm elections heat up, you'll want to bookmark the new washingtonpost.com election map, which highlights the key races that will determine control of the House and Senate. It also highlights key governor's contests from around the country.

We'll update the map weekly. This week five new races have been added -- the gubernatorial races in Maryland and Massachusetts, the Missouri and Washington Senate contests and the race in Indiana's 8th congressional district.

Look for additions and updated blurbs every Friday afternoon.

By Chris Cillizza  |  February 11, 2006; 11:00 AM ET
Categories:  Fix Notes , House , Senate  
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Posted by: Ivailo | August 23, 2006 1:51 PM | Report abuse

Take a good look at NC-11. Excellent Democratic pickup opportunity that pits former NFL Quarterback Heath Shuler against the incumbent Republican Charles Taylor, another close ally of Tom Delay. Taylor is reeling from his failure to vote against CAFTA, which was very unpopular in rural western North Carolina, and Shuler is off to an early lead in fundraising...

http://www.heathshuler.com/free_details.asp?id=10

Posted by: RS05 | February 14, 2006 7:59 PM | Report abuse

KY, 3 Iraq vet Andrew Horne is going to beat long time Delay friend Ann Northop. This is a blue district that voted for Kerry and is ready for change!

www.horneforcongress.com

Posted by: Brent Parrish | February 13, 2006 12:39 PM | Report abuse

As early as inauguration day, I said to anyone who would listen, that the Bushies are unofficially supporting Rick Santorum to be the candidate in 2008. They said why do you say that? I said, "Look at all of he photos of Bush all day long. Just a couple of steps behind him is Rick Santorum, lots of face time. He has been annointed! If he wins re-election, he will be safe in his Senate seat, which will give him the momentum going into '08. Only time will tell. Tom O.

Posted by: Tom O. | February 13, 2006 11:54 AM | Report abuse

In ohio you forgot both the First Congressional District (Cabot) and ther Sercond Congrerssional Districtg (Schmidt)
Bo6th seats are extremly vulnerable.

Posted by: Eugne F. Kent | February 13, 2006 11:18 AM | Report abuse

INTERESTING:

Cong. Rahm Emanuel, head of the DCCC is openly calling for Paul Hackett to give up Senate bid to enter re-match with Cong. (Mean)Jean Schmidt.

This would put yet another CD in play in Ohio and clear the way for an uncontested Senate clash between Cong. Brown and Sen. DeWine.

DeWine had to be hoping for a long and protracted primary to whittle away some of the Congressman's bankroll. We'll keep watching this one.

Posted by: RMill | February 13, 2006 10:45 AM | Report abuse

This is very useful. Thanks for posting it. It would be nice if it included polling information as well.

Posted by: dc | February 13, 2006 10:13 AM | Report abuse

Thanks for this great resource!

Posted by: Jenna Fenoglio | February 13, 2006 12:24 AM | Report abuse

Also there is a governors race worth checking out in MN, as well as (at least) house disctict 1 and 6.

Posted by: Anonymous | February 12, 2006 4:37 AM | Report abuse

NC-8... Hayes is in trouble.

Posted by: Jeff | February 11, 2006 1:14 PM | Report abuse

Virginia needs to be added to that map forthwith with Webb's entry into the Senate race against Allen as a Democrat. That one is a potential pick up for the Democrats in the south as you covered in a post just recently.

http://www.intrepidliberaljournal.blogspot.com

Posted by: INTREPID LIBERAL | February 11, 2006 11:49 AM | Report abuse

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