Earlier, we wrote that Russ Feingold had come in second, behind Montana’s governor Brian Schweitzer, in a poll asking which Democratic leader should challenge Barack Obama in a campaign to gain the Democratic presidential nomination in 2012.
Now, in another poll, Russ Feingold comes in first as the top pick out of ten choices for a Democratic challenger to Obama. Feingold has 39 percent of the vote in that online poll.
Hillary Clinton comes in second, with 15 percent of the vote. Howard Dean has 12 percent of the vote. Governor Schweitzer, on the other hand, comes in 4th with just 9 percent.