Clyde Middleton at the Philadelphia Conservative Examiner has a race-by-race rundown on the Senate Seats open in 2012.
And we’re in luck; they’re more than the usual third up for grabs:
There’s a total of 37 US Senate seats going to the voters in the 2010 cycle (including Kennedy’s seat). The overall split of present party holders is dems 19, pubs 18. (This is much more of a balanced exposure than 2012: 33 seats up – 23 dems, 9 pubs, 1 independent.) The dems have 16 incumbents seeking reelection; the pubs, 12. Further, the dems have 3 seats held by them that will be (or in Kennedy’s case, is) vacant; the pubs, 6.
The table below lists every candidate that has filed their paperwork to enter the race, along with links to their campaign sites.
An extremely handy tool for finding and analyzing candidates. Make sure you click through to the link — Clyde did a heck of a job compiling this, and he gets paid by the page count.
Heck, click through two or three times. It’s a GREAT analysis.