Arizona: Jeff Flake is among my favorite Republicans and I'd love to see him in the Senate. Good man.
California: I loathe Feinstein. I thus vote for her opponent.
Connecticut: McMahon's a nut.
Delaware: I don't find much objectionable about Carper.
Florida: I really dislike Nelson and find Mack pretty decent on civil liberties.
Hawaii: Eh, Democrat.
Indiana: Mourdeck's a JCLesque figure… Donnelly.
Maine: King, easily.
Maryland: I like independents, and this one has a good shot at second.
Massachusetts: Warren is far-left and Brown is a moderate.
Michigan: Don't like Hoekstra, and don't have an issue with Stabenow.
Minnesota: Bills is Paulesque and Klobuchar is a horrible, horrible person.
Mississippi: Why, Al Gore, of course.
Missouri: McCaskill is meh and Akin is a HP, and Dine's actually got a pretty decent campaign.
Montana: Tester is among my favorite Senate Dems.
Nebraska: I like Kerrey and Fischer seems far-right.
Nevada: Heller, since the Democrat is horrendously corrupt and the Independent is crazy.
New Jersey: Menendez is on my enemies list. Libertarian I guess.
New Mexico: Heinrich is a pretty decent Dem.
New York: Not a fan of the Republican and Gillibrand is another one of my least favorite Senators. Ergo, the Independent.
North Dakota: Berg is meh and Heitkamp is decent.
Ohio: Don't like Mandel and hate Brown. The nonparty.
Pennsylvania: The man who is not Bob Casey.
Rhode Island: The not-Whitehouse.
Tennessee: The independent who bills himself as "none of the above".
Texas: Cruz is a decent R.
Utah: Justice Party!
Vermont: None (which is apparently a Democrat).
Virginia: I like Webb and Webb doesn't like Allen, so Kaine.
Washington: Baumgartner is awesome (he was the guy who told a blogger to go f
uck himself and refused to apologize for it because he meant it).
West Virginia: Don't like Manchin, don't like the R. Mountain, whatever the hell that is.
Wisconsin: I like the I.D.E.A. guy a lot. Decent guy, veteran, all that.
Wyoming: The libertarian (what they call Country).
For the record, there are 9 Senators up for re-election who I think are the worst of the lot and deserve to be thrown out immediately by anyone else
. They are Brown (OH), Casey, Corker, Feinstein, Gillibrand, Klobuchar, Menendez, Nelson, and Whitehouse.
And Gaas, I'd assume that they find the center-right candidates in MA, NV, and WI closer to them ideologically and more willing to work with them than the far-left candidates in those states. Also, http://www.crewsmostcorrupt.org/mostcorrupt/entry/shelley-berkley