By now you should know that West Virginia's primary is today -- polls close at 7:30 pm -- and the latest incumbent in the crosshairs is Democratic congressman Alan Mollohan, who represents Wheeling, Morgantown and the rest of the northern part of the state.
Politico does their preview today and notes his Dem opponent, Mike Oliverio, is being supported by coal company executives from Consol and elsewhere.
Here's Chris Cillizza in the WashPost:
Neutral Democratic observers acknowledge that the race is a genuine toss up. Republican strategists are quietly rooting for Mollohan to survive, believing that lingering ethical questions and the GOP nature of the district will deliver them a victory. (Republicans have a six-way primary of their own in the district.)
A Mollohan loss -- coming so quickly after Bennett's defeat -- would add to the growing sense that it's hard out there for an incumbent (of either party) and set the stage for an exciting night on May 18 when Sens. Arlen Specter (D-Pa.) and Blanche Lincoln (D-Ark.) are on the primary ballot.