The list of vulnerable Democrat-held Senate seats in 2014 just got longer. And in a state that used to be reliably blue. The Wall Street Journal reports:

The race to succeed retiring Democratic Sen. Carl Levin of Michigan is still rated “Democratic Favored” by some Washington prognosticators, but the contest is starting to look like a toss-up. It’s only February, but yet another poll shows the Republican candidate, Terri Lynn Land, with a small lead.

The EPIC-MRA survey of likely voters shows Ms. Land ahead of her Democratic opponent, Rep. Gary Peters, 41%-38%. A September poll showed Mr. Peters with a one-point lead, and both results are within the margin of error. But Ms. Land, a former Michigan secretary of state, seems to have the momentum; she has led in every poll taken this year. (snip)

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