Monday, November 03, 2008

EV 11/3: 353

This is how the map will look tomorrow (I'm predicting):

<p><strong>><a href=''>Electoral College Prediction Map</a></strong> - Predict the winner of the general election. Use the map to experiment with winning combinations of states. Save your prediction and send it to friends.</p>

The race is close in traditionally red states like Montana, North Dakota, Georgia, and even McLame's Arizona, but it would be a rout if Obama captured any one of them. It could happen that way, I suppose; I just can't allow myself to dream that big.

Missouri and Indiana could still go Democratic, but I think it's incredible enough if North Carolina, pushed a little here at the end by the acrimoniousness of the Senate duel between Dole and Hagan, tips to azure (or Tar Heel powder blue, as the case may be). One out of those three certainly ain't bad.

But if you're still feeling a little nervous, click on Ohio and Florida above -- both still have numerous instances of voter suppression and machine irregularities being reported -- and then go on and click NC, too, to make all three of them red.

See? Obama still has 291. Turn out the lights; the party's just getting started.

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