Electoral predictions for WH and Senate one week out

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    My best case electoral map showed Clinton 263 and Trump 274. That's if he would win AZ, NV, CO, IA, OH, NC, GA, and FL

    I think the Dems will only pick up one seat in the Senate.

    Not a good prognosis for breaking up the gridlock, or getting SCOTUS Justices appointed
     
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    Just like the OP, you seem to have CO in a very influential spot.

    Imagine the State that decides the election NOT being on the east coast, or rust belt.
     
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    go ahead meltdown winger --LOL
     
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    man you got that right with this cat

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    My Prediction is
    335: Hillary
    203: Trump

    Senate belongs to the Dems
    House stays w/the Cons
     
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    She may well not break 290, but we will begin seeing it about 48 hours from now.
     
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    Based on record Hispanics and female vote in Florida the past few days that state is nearly a lock for Clinton. I'll say 90% clinton...

    Clinton also has Nevada....

    Colorado will likely go clinton

    Virginia is also likely clintons...

    Trumps only chance is Michigan or PA. Doubtful,,,extremely so.
     
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    In looking at my prediction from a week ago, I'm sticking with it

    In spite of Comey's interference in the election, Clinton is back to about a 4% national lead. With her superior ground game, that should translate to about a 5% victory. Utah's infatuation with McMillen seems to be over. I see Trump taking Utah

    In terms of electoral votes, I see her in the 323-333 range
     
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