With its survey of Washington voters released this morning, Rasmussen Reports says that our senate race now "moves from Leans Democratic to Toss-Up":

The latest Rasmussen Reports statewide telephone survey of Likely Voters in the state shows Republican challenger Dino Rossi attracting 48% of the vote while Democratic Senator Patty Murray earns support from 46%. Three percent (3%) prefer a different candidate, and three percent (3%) are undecided.

Rossi's two-point lead today follows a poll two weeks ago, when Rasmussen found Murray with a four point lead. It's impossible to read too much into these numbers given the poll's 4 percent margin of error, except to say that Murray lacks anything resembling the lead that ensures reelection. And Murray could be losing support. Lots of policy strategists are concerned that Democrats—specifically progressive Dems who live in cities—are so resigned to a red wave this fall that they just won't vote. And that Dems are disillusioned after a progressive Congress didn't fulfill promises, like vows to reform health care, pass finance reform, end the combat in Iraq... wait a second. They did do all that stuff. My thinking: Dems aren't scared enough of a red wave. So Senator Dino Rossi. Yikes.