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September 11, 2006

Senate Race Forecast: "Flurry Until November"

The race to fill outgoing US Senator Bill Frist's seat is pulse-quickeningly close, to say the least.

Taegan Goddard points us to the latest WSJ/Zogby numbers, where the result (Corker leads by 2.7%) is within the margin of error, but the thing that stuck out to me was that this is the closest race in the entire Zogby list at this point.

This release underscores last week's Rasmussen report that had Corker leading by a one-point thread (again within the margin of error).

Every event in these candidates' lives (such as today's decision that Corker must depose in the Wal-Mart land sale lawsuit prior to the election) will factor into this election. Hang on, folks!

UPDATE: Abramson and Kleinheider weigh in.

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US Senate Elections | By joe lance | 12:49 PM