Post your electoral map prediction...10/18/12

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    Go to 270 to win 2012 Presidential Election Interactive Map and History of the Electoral College, click the states until they match your prediction, then click the "Share Map" button and copy the URL that appears under the heading New! Share your Map.

    Paste it into your post along with the electoral totals and your projected winner.


    Here is the link to the April predictions thread:

    http://www.usmessageboard.com/politics/218638-post-your-swing-state-prediction-map-4-17-2012-a.html
     
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    If it were held tomorrow, Obama 277 Romney 261. Going to be interesting if it ends up 269-269.

    The Republican House will select Romney for Pres.

    The Democratic Senate will select Biden if the electors hold, or Obama if they switch, for Vice-President.

    That would give the Dem Sens the vice-presidency and 51 or 52 senators.

    Gridlock!
     

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