The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee weblog links to five official candiate blogs. Every one of 435 House seats is up in November. They aren't all competitive races by a long shot, but, still, where are the other 430 blogs?
But that's still five more House candidate blogs than are linked from the GOP's NRCC, which maintains a "blino" -- blog in name only, really not very bloglike at all.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee weblog links to eight official candidate blogs, with 34 Senate seats up in November.
Why are Senate campaigns so far ahead, with more blogs in absolute terms than Congressional races, and way more in relative terms? Is it because they have the money and staff?