Monday, November 01, 2004

The Big Day

Lacking the time and energy to add interesting copy, I simply offer my guesses for tomorrow:

Eventual winner: Bush (WIN)

Nader vote: 1.1% (pretty far off)

Florida: Bush (WIN)

Penn: Kerry (WIN)

Ohio: Bush (WIN)

Wisc: Bush (miss, but pretty damn close)

Minn: Kerry (WIN)

Col Senate: Salazar (WIN)

Fla senate: Martinez (WIN)

NC senate: Burr (WIN)

SC senate: DeMint (WIN)

SD: Thune (WIN)

OK senate: Carson (miss)

MO guv: Blunt (WIN)

One last one for the road. I am going to go out on a limb and call IL senate: Obama.

Updated on 11/4 with results.


Blogger Tolles said...

My Predictions (Check out for electoral prediction, general edification, zen enlightment, etc.)

Winner: Kerry (298-240) Takes all of Gore's states plus Ohio, Nevada, Colorado, and New Hampshire. Bush retains Florida.

Col. Senate: Salazar
Fl. Senate: Castor
S.C. Senate DeMint
N.C. Senate: Bowles
OK: Carson
Alaska: Knowles
South Dakota: Daschle
Kentucky: Bunning (barely)

MO Governor: Blunt

Nader outpolls Badnarik, Badnarik polls more in swing states where it matters.

Kerry gets more than 40% of Texas vote. Causes consternation and wildly overblown predictions everywhere.

November Surprise: Rehnquist resigns and Bush appoints his sucessor before Kerry's inauguration. Senate blocks the appointment. THIS will be the real standoff. Not the recounts.

Bold? That's how we do it around here.

3:20 PM  
Blogger Harberman said...

Hey Tolles,

I like the Rehnquist prop. To add a wrinkle-- Rehnquist retires, W announces a replacement who is summarily blocked by the Senate, then Barack Obama goes nuts and beats Dick Cheney 30 times with a cane "Bleeding Sumner"-style.

3:37 PM  

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