Kansas continues to be close. Orman maintains a slight edge for Senate and Davis maintains a slight edge for Governor. These two races will be important races to watch on election night. That being said, these two races likely mean very little as far as indications of other races. Both races are tipping on local and state issues. So, if Orman and Davis win here, it won't necessarily mean that the Democrats are in for a good night. it is plausible that Orman and Davis could win in Kansas and the GOP could still pick up a net 7-8 seats in the Senate given that Orman would caucus with the majority party.
Another interesting poll done for a Republican group shows a small 0.7% lead for the GOP candidate for Governor in Arizona. Other, non-client, polls as of late have shown larger GOP leads. Even Rhode Island continues to tighten in part due to a third party candidate receiving 11% of the vote in today's Brown University poll.