Kirsten Gillibrand Is Way Ahead of Her Nonexistent Challenger

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Senator Kirsten Gillibrand attends Lifetime Television's 2012 "Every Woman Counts" campaign at Hofstra University on December 2, 2011 in Hempstead, New York. Photo: Joe Corrigan/Getty Images

A new poll from Sienna College found that 53 percent of New York voters want to see Kirsten Gillibrand reelected in the fall, compared with just 27 percent who would vote for someone else. As of yet, she's running unchallenged, but the state GOP is actively searching for a candidate who does not have a Google cache that involves the phrase "sexy or skanky."