After yesterday's pretty much all good news day for the GOP, today is more of a mixed bag of nuts for both sides. Republicans should be encouraged that Maine remains close and that Massachusetts continues to trend in their direction. Dems should be encouraged that Michigan is continuing to trend in their direction and Oklahoma now appears more competitive than many would have otherwise thought.

As of today, here is the range of possibilities that I give for the Senate and Gubernatorial elections. With this, I consider anything within 3 points to be a toss up. The number on the high-end would mean that party would sweep all races within 3 points.

Senate-GOP gains 1-9 seats.

Governors-Ranges from GOP gains 3 to Dems gain 2.

If we expand this to everything within 5 points (this far out this is still a plausible swing for some races)

Senate- GOP gains 1-9

Governors-Ranges now from GOP gains 5 to Dems gain 8.

The range I put above shows the difficulty of making projections in races at this point. The range off possibilities is quite large. With many of these races so close, a points in one direction or the other could drastically change the map.

As of today, here is the range of possibilities that I give for the Senate and Gubernatorial elections. With this, I consider anything within 3 points to be a toss up. The number on the high-end would mean that party would sweep all races within 3 points.

Senate-GOP gains 1-9 seats.

Governors-Ranges from GOP gains 3 to Dems gain 2.

If we expand this to everything within 5 points (this far out this is still a plausible swing for some races)

Senate- GOP gains 1-9

Governors-Ranges now from GOP gains 5 to Dems gain 8.

The range I put above shows the difficulty of making projections in races at this point. The range off possibilities is quite large. With many of these races so close, a points in one direction or the other could drastically change the map.

D +4.5%R +4.4%R +--.-%D +8.2%D +2% | ->-> -> -> -> | D +5.5%R +3.9%R +4.3%D +7.4%D +2.6% |