Slate's list of the best 2010 local political blogs.

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Aug. 11 2010 7:08 AM

Locally Grown

Which local political blogs to follow during the 2010 election season.

All politics is local—which unfortunately makes midterm election season hard to follow. To simplify things, Slate scoured the Web for the best local political blogs covering some of this cycle's most contested races.

We hope these blogs will come in handy when playing Lean/Lock, Slate's new Facebook game, which allows users to earn points for correctly predicting the outcomes of the most-watched 2010 races. Let us know in the comments section if we've missed a great political blog from your state that we should be following.

Arkansas
Senate: Blanche Lincoln (D) vs. John Boozman (R)
Arkansas Democrat Gazette
The Political Buzz

California
Senate: Barbara Boxer (D) vs. Carly Fiorina (R)
CA-11: Jerry McNerney (D) vs. David Harmer (R)
Top of the Ticket
San Francisco Gate politics blog
Capitol Alert
U-T Polblog
Calbuzz

Colorado
Senate: Michael Bennet (D) vs. Ken Buck (R) *
CO-4: Betsy Markey (D) vs. Cory Gardner (R)
The Spot
Colorado Springs Gazette Politics Section
ColoradoPols.com 

Connecticut
Senate: Richard Blumenthal (D) vs. Linda McMahon (R)
Red Notes From a Blue State
Connecticut News Junkie
Capitol Watch
Political Capitol
My Left Nutmeg 

Florida
Senate: Jeff Greene/Kendrick Meek (D) vs. Marco Rubio (R) vs. Charlie Crist (I)
Naked Politics
The Buzz 

Idaho
ID-1: Walt Minnick (D) vs. Raul Labrador (R)
The Statesman's political blog
Eye on Boise

Illinois
Senate: Alexi Giannoulias (D) vs. Mark Kirk (R)
Governor: Pat Quinn (D) vs. Bill Brady (R)
Daily Herald Blog
Clout Street
Openlineblog.com

Indiana
Senate: Brad Ellsworth (D) vs. Dan Coats (R)
Blue Indiana
Howey Politics