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Topic - Charlie Cook
It's doubtful you will hear this on the network news tonight, but President Obama and his party are in deep political trouble. It's getting worse.
The candidates aren't the only ones competing Tuesday: The pollsters, pundits and party chiefs who are paid to gauge, as accurately as possible, the country's political temperature have a lot riding on the results as well.
The national political landscape for Republicans has improved so dramatically in recent months that election analysts say the only remaining question is how deep the Democrats' losses will be in the 2010 congressional midterm races.
Mr. Cook said Republicans are favored to win open seats now held by Democrats in South Dakota, West Virginia and Montana.
Political analyst Charlie Cook said this week that their odds "may well have tipped over to better than 50-50."