We're going to have new California numbers out starting Monday and they're a lot more positive for Democrats than most of what we've seen from that state in the last couple of months.
There's a very simple reason for that: we're simply not seeing that either Meg Whitman or Carly Fiorina has much support across party lines. Whitman gets 12% of Democrats and Fiorina gets 11%.
Republicans showed in Massachusetts that they could win a state that went as strongly for Obama as California. But there Scott Brown won 19% of the Democratic vote. Unless Fiorina and Whitman push closer to that level they're going to come up short.
We'll start on Monday with the Senate numbers.