Just got back from voting. I'll make a prediction for the Pennsylvania Senate Race (Primary). In a shocker, Pat Toomey will defeat Arlen Specter. He will then face a very tough race against Democrat Joe Hoeffel. I say this because turnout was extremely light today at the polling location. This favors Toomey, because in a light turnout, chances are that hard-core conservatives will be the group most likely to care, and head to the polls. So, what does this mean to the national presidential race? This should worry Bush in the big picture. With an incumbent Specter running for Senate, Bush doesn't really have to worry about the Democrat base being fired up to defeat Arlen. However, with an incumbent defeated, and the seat "in play", not only will the Democrats sense blood and pour money into the race, but they will fire up the base by making the case that PA already has one conservative senator (Rick Santorum), and the world will end if we elect two. An energized Democrat base does not bode well for W's chances in the battleground state of PA.