From The Hill, the latest spending reports show where Democrats think they need it–as in here:
The spending included $425,000 against Republican Ken Buck in Colorado; $610,000 against former Rep. Pat Toomey (R) in Pennsylvania; $270,000 against Republican Dino Rossi in Washington state; and $163,550 against Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska).
In the first three races, polling shows they are too close to call. And Democrats sense an opportunity in Alaska: if Murkowski’s write-in bid causes her and Republican nominee Joe Miller to split the GOP vote, it could give Democrat Scott McAdams the win.
We know Pennsylvania has leveled at a tied race along with Colorado, but there are much larger media markets to cover there helping explain the somewhat larger investment. And we can tell you confidently that the Washington Senate race is not going to be as tight as ours. If there was anything more you needed to be convinced Colorado’s is the battleground race that all eyes will be on tomorrow, here you go.