Webb and Allen Dead Even in Virginia Senate Race

The latest Rasmussen Reports poll of the bitterly fought U.S. Senate race in Virginia shows the contest too close to call, with both Republican Senator George Allen and Democratic challenger James Webb collecting 49%.


That makes Virginia one of two remaining Toss-Ups in our Senate Balance of Power summary, which now shows 49 seats Democrat or Leaning Democrat, 49 seats Republican or Leaning Republican.




Governor Scoreboard
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Florida Governor

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The race to replace Jeb Bush has gotten closer. Republican Charlie Crist and Democrat Jim Davis vie for the Governor's Mansion in the Sunshine State.
Alaska Governor

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Sarah Palin (R), Tony Knowles (D) and Andrew Halcro (I) vie for Alaska's top executive office.
Illinois Governor

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Incumbent Governor Rod Blagojevich and Republican Judy Barr Topinka square off in the race for Illinois’ governor’s mansion.
Minnesota Governor

For Premium Members Only: Tim Pawlenty (R) challenges Democrat Mike Hatch in the race for Minnesota Governor.

Alaska Governor
November 3, 2006 Alaska's gubernatorial race has grown more competitive. Republican Sarah Palin now leads Democrat Tony Knowles 42% to 40%.
Oregon Governor

October 31, 2006 Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski has finally reached the 50% mark among likely voters in his bid for re-election. 

Connecticut Governor
October 31, 2006 Jodi Rell has largely escaped the troubles plaguing many of her GOP colleagues and now leads Democrat John DeStefano 57% to 35%.
Pennsylvania Governor
October 31, 2006 Former Pittsburgh Steeler and sportscaster Lynn Swann continues to lag far behind incumbent Democratic Governor Ed Rendell.
California Governor
October 31, 2006 Incumbent Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has extended his lead over Democrat Phil Angelides in California’s gubernatorial race. 
Maryland Governor

October 30, 2006 Baltimore Mayor Martin O’Malley is maintaining his lead over incumbent Governor Bob Ehrlich in Maryland’s hotly contested gubernatorial race. 

Florida Governor

October 30, 2006 Republican Attorney General Charlie Crist holds a solid advantage over Democratic Congressman Jim Davis in the final days of Florida’s gubernatorial campaign.

Wisconsin Governor
October 29, 2006 Governor Jim Doyle (D) now leads Republican Congressman Mark Green 48% to 44%.
Arkansas Governor

October 29, 2006 The latest Rasmussen Reports election survey shows State Attorney General Mike Beebe leading Republican Asa Hutchinson 49% to 41% in Arkansas’ gubernatorial race

Colorado Governor

October 29, 2006 Denver District Attorney Bill Ritter (D) still maintains a comfortable, double-digit, advantage in Colorado’s gubernatorial contest.

Massachusetts Governor

October 29, 2006 This gubernatorial race has tightened since we last polled Massachusetts voters.

South Carolina Governor

October 28, 2006 In the final weeks of South Carolina's gubernatorial campaign, Republican Governor Mark Sanford leads Democratic State Senator Tommy Moore 57% to 34%.

Kansas Governor

October 28, 2006 Incumbent Gov. Kathleen Sebelius has opened up her biggest lead to date in Kansas’ gubernatorial election. 

Texas Governor
October 27, 2006 Republican Governor Rick Perry is holding on to his lead in the congested race for Governor.
Iowa Governor
October 27, 2006 Iowa Secretary of State Chet Culver has broken his tie with Republican Jim Nussle in Iowa’s gubernatorial campaign. 
Michigan Governor
October 25, 2006 Democratic Gov. Jennifer Granholm has extended her lead over Republican challenger Dick DeVos in Michigan’s gubernatorial race. 
Rhode Island Governor
October 24, 2006 Republican Governor Donald Carcieri, though facing some of the same political realities afflicting the Republican Senator's campaign, seems to have found a toehold in his own bid to win reelection.
Nevada Governor
October 20, 2006 Republican U.S. Rep. Jim Gibbons has seen his lead in Nevada’s gubernatorial race cut nearly in half by Democratic Senate Majority Leader Dina Titus.
Nebraska Governor
October 19, 2006 The landslide that has become Nebraska’s gubernatorial race continues its momentum toward Gov. Dave Heineman. 
Illinois Governor
October 19, 2006 Incumbent Gov. Rod Blagojevich is maintaining his advantage over Republican Judy Barr Topinka in Illinois’ gubernatorial race. 
Maine Governor
October 19, 2006 Support for Governor Baldacci is soft despite his double-digit lead.
Arizona Governor
October 19, 2006 Democratic Governor Janet Napolitano continues her stroll to reelection, now leading Republican Len Munsil 58% to 37%.
Georgia Governor
October 17, 2006 While many candidates around the country are scrambling in the final weeks leading up to November 7, Georgia Gov. Sonny Purdue has no worries. 
Minnesota Governor
October 9, 2006 Incumbent Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty finds himself down two points to Attorney General Mike Hatch in the latest Rasmussen Reports election survey.
Ohio Governor

October 6, 2006 Strickland maintains a double-digit advantage in the Ohio Governor's race.

Tennessee Governor
October 3, 2006 Democratic Governor Bredesen now buries Republican State Senator Jim Bryson 63% to 28%.
Oklahoma Governor
September 29, 2006 Incumbent Democratic Gov. Brad Henry has extended his already impressive lead over U.S. Rep. Ernest Istook by four points since last month’s survey.
New Mexico Governor
September 19, 2006 New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is poised to cruise to a second term according to the most recent Rasmussen Results election survey. 
Vermont Governor
August 8, 2006 Vermont Governor Jim Douglas and Congressman Bernie Sanders remain comfortably in control of their respective gubernatorial and senate races.
Alabama Governor
August 8, 2006 Incumbent Republican Governor Bob Riley has expanded his already comfortable lead over his opponent...
New York Governor
August 5, 2006 The state's Democratic Attorney General, Eliot Spitzer, now enjoys a huge lead, 62% to 21%, over Republican John Faso.
Wyoming Governor
July 20, 2006 Incumbent Governor Dave Freudenthal continues to top Republican challenger Ray Hunkins with a 58% to 29% lead.


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Montana & Tennessee...

Minnesota Senate

For Premium Members Only: Amy Klobuchar (D) and Mark Kennedy (R) compete for the U.S. Senate seat in Minnesota.

Missouri Senate

November 6, 2006 The latest Rasmussen Reports election survey shows incumbent Jim Talent (R) “leading” challenger Claire McCaskill (D) by a single point, 49% to 48%.

Tennessee Senate
November 6, 2006 In Tennessee, Republican Mayor Bob Corker now leads Democratic Congressman Harold Ford 51% to 47%.
Montana Senate
November 6, 2006 In Montana, Senator Conrad Burns (R) has been mounting a furious comeback. While Jon Tester still has a slight edge in the race, the trend has been unmistakably in the GOP direction.
Virginia Senate
November 5, 2006 The latest Rasmussen Reports poll of the bitterly fought U.S. Senate race in Virginia shows the contest too close to call, with both Republican Senator George Allen and Democratic challenger James Webb collecting 49%
Ohio Senate

November 4, 2006 The distance between the candidates vying to represent Ohio in the United States Senate is widening.  The most recent Rasmussen Reports election survey shows Democrat Sherrod Brown taking firmer control of the race.

New Jersey Senate

November 3, 2006 In the latest Rasmussen Reports election poll of New Jersey’s Likely Voters, appointed Democratic Senator Menendez now leading Republican Tom Kean, Jr. 48% to 43%.

Connecticut Senate
October 31, 2006 Senator Joseph Lieberman leads Democrat Ned Lamont 48% to 40%. Early this month, Lieberman led 50% to 40%.
Pennsylvania Senate
October 31, 2006 It doesn't look like Republican Senator Rick Santorum will be able to pull a rabbit out of the hat.
Maryland Senate

October 30, 2006 For the third survey in a row, Republican Michael Steele finds himself trailing Democratic Congressman Ben Cardin by seven points in Maryland’s Senate race. 

Washington Senate

October 30, 2006 With her new lead over Republican Mike McGavick of 52% to 41%, Democratic Senator Maria Cantwell again enjoys the support she had in early September.

Wisconsin Senate
October 29, 2006 As in the Pine Tree State, Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race is overwhelmingly dominated by the incumbent, in this case Democratic Senator Herb Kohl.
Texas Senate
October 27, 2006 In the run-up to November 7, Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison is maintaining a considerable advantage over Democrat Barbara Ann Radnofsky. With only 4% undecided, she now leads 60% to 34%
Michigan Senate
October 25, 2006 Incumbent U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow is maintaining a stable lead in her re-election bid over Republican challenger Michael Bouchard.  The most recent Rasmussen Reports election survey shows Stabenow leading Bouchard 55% to 39%.
Rhode Island Senate
October 24, 2006 With Election Day on the horizon Republican Senator Lincoln Chafee remains highly vulnerable. Democrat Sheldon Whitehouse leads the incumbent 50% to 42%.
Nevada Senate
October 20, 2006 The latest Rasmussen Reports election survey shows incumbent U.S. Sen. John Ensign leading Democrat Jack Carter 50% to 42%.
Nebraska Senate
October 19, 2006 The latest Rasmussen Reports election survey shows Nelson leading Republican challenger Pete Ricketts by 20 points,  54% to 34%.
Arizona Senate
October 19, 2006 Republican Senator Jon Kyl has had a tougher race, but is also leading in his reelection bid.
Maine Senate
October 19, 2006 The only suspense in the Senate race is how huge Republican Senator Olympia Snowe's electoral victory will be.
Minnesota Senate
October 9, 2006 County Attorney Amy Klobuchar has jumped to a 17-point lead over Republican Mark Kennedy in Minnesota's Senate race. 
Florida Senate
October 4, 2006 Though his lead has slipped a few points over the past month, incumbent Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson still enjoys a comfortable lead over Republican challenger Katherine Harris.
New Mexico Senate
September 19, 2006 Incumbent Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D) is maintaining a comfortable lead over Republican challenger Allen McCulloch, 56% to 32%.
California Senate
September 12, 2006 Senator Dianne Feinstein (D) continues to enjoy a very comfortable advantage over Republican challenger Richard Mountjoy, now leading him 58% to 35%.
West Virginia Senate
September 11, 2006 After garnering support levels in the high 50s for the last several months, Senator Robert Byrd (D) has pierced the 60% threshold in our polling to now lead Republican John Raese 63% to 30%.
Hawaii Senate
August 11, 2006 Both Democratic contenders Daniel Akaka & Ed Case are currently ahead of Republican Jerry Coffee.
Vermont Senate
August 8, 2006 On the Senate side, regardless of which Republican challenger prevails on September 12th’s primary, Sanders (I) shouldn’t need to worry. 
New York Senate
August 5, 2006 Former Pentagon official Kathleen Troia McFarland and Yonkers Mayor John Spencer have emerged as the leading contenders for the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate, but neither is making headway.
Wyoming Senate
July 20, 2006 Incumbent Republican Senator Craig Thomas maintains his lead in Wyoming’s U.S. Senate race against Dale Groutage (D).