The downballot races in the Democratic primary remain amorphous with huge numbers of undecided voters still looking for a good horse.
For lieutenant governor, Linda Coleman leads state Sen. Eric Mansfield 28 percent to 16 percent with 56 undecided. For labor commissioner, John Brooks and Ty Richardson are tied at 18 percent and Marlowe Foster pulls 10 percent with 54 percent undecided. And for state treasurer, even incumbent Janet Cowell draws only 38 percent with challenger Ron Ellmer at 11 percent and 51 percent of Democratic primary voters undecided. The results are part of the latest Public Policy Polling data released Monday.
Unlike the gubernatorial candidates, most of these races won't feature televised debates. So it's up to the candidates to run a paid-media campaign to generate some interest. But even on Election Day, expect many undecided voters just to skip the race all together.