I post there (As Ohio Goes), though I was a reader and lurker before I started an account. I started one because I think the site has a great potential for statewide blogging on very important issues. I also think it could grow into a MyDD- or Kos-like site about the Buckeye State once more people know about it. Just my two cents.
Don't forget Ohio, where Ted Strickland is leading Ken Blackwell (evil incarnate) and shaky incumbent Sen. Mike DeWine has already gone negative on his surging progressive opponent, Rep. Sherrod Brown.
Bryan, correct me if I'm wrong (and I'm no math whiz), but please look at your Coleman/Montgomery numbers and your Strickland/Montgomery numbers. The difference between Colemand and Montgomery is not 9.7, it's 8. And the difference between Strickland and Montgomery is not 8, it's 9.7. But a cursory glance at this polling would lead readers to think that Coleman was doing better than he is and that Strickland is doing worse than he is. If you want to chalk it up as a simple oversight, that's fine. But let's be honest about the polling, which, according to your own numbers (provided they are completely accurate), shows leads for Strickland in every matchup.
Thanks for the disclaimer, hopefully it's a sign of future honesty from the multiple comments coming from the same person in the guise of several usernames, each pumping the latest Coleman releases. If we can get past two people talking to each other while making it look like a chorus, I'll be more optimistic about our chances in 2006. I'll be happy when we can get past using our opponents' tactics.