Republican Chris Christie has pulled ahead of Democrat Jon Corzine in the New Jersey race for governor, according to the most recent Public Policy Poll (PPP). Christie is up by 6 and leads Corzine 47 - 41%, with independent candidate Chris Daggett at 11%. Daggett's supporters appear to be breaking for Christie.
PPP also shows Republican Doug Hoffman leading Democrat Bill Owens by a comfortable margin in the New York District 23 congressional election, 54 - 38%. However, with a special election and an expected low turnout, anything can happen, particularly in light of dramatic developments in the last four days of the campaign.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob McDonnell has a double digits lead over Democrat R. Creigh Deeds in Virginia and is expected to win.
With any luck we will have a trifecta on Tuesday -- all three races could be won by Republicans, sending a clear message to the Obama administration as well as the RNC.
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