As of 11/3, Leiberman leads Lamont 48% to 39%. There are still democrats and independents currently siding with Leiberman who can be swung with advertising. Paul Newman has jumped on Lamont's bandwagon. I hear from within the Lamont camp that this fight is much closer than it appears and will be fought right down to the wire. Even Leiberman is hedging his bets by saying he expects it to tighten, and it is. Lamont is on the march around the state and paid mercenary Leiberthugs have been hounding to breakup Labor candlelight vigils and prevent Lamont from getting off his bus. Leiberman devotes his time to whining about being tagged as the candidate to choose for "more war," as if it isn' true, and soaking up as much Right-wing funds as possible.
This race is also extremely symbolic because it demonstrates to the nation that the most senior, entrenched politicans can be seriously challenged for rubberstamping the Iraq War, attacks on rights and freedoms, tax cuts for the wealthy as well as for deriding peer democrats for opposing the President.
And it's still winnable! Dig deep, folks.
If you haven't contributed to this race yet, now is your time.
Leiberman has intimated he may switch to Republican; even if he doesn't, you know he will vote like one when it counts.