Your Election Predictions

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  1. Saigon
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    Ok, folks, put your numbers where you mouth is.

    My prediction:

    Obama 281

    Wisconcin, NM, Ohio, New Hampshire, Nth Carolina, Virgina, Penn beats

    Romney 257

    Colorado, Arziona, Florida, Iowa, Nevada


    PLEASE post numbers rather than just laugh at other peoples.
     
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    Gave mine in the other thread... At least you are not one predicting a landslide one way or the other... I thoroughly believe this will be a close one.... the only thing with yours is that there is no way in hell NC or VA goes to Obamalama... I think all the others are plausible, even if I don't agree on which side they will fall
     
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    A close one with charges of fraud from the loser.
     
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    If you add Virginia's 13 electoral votes to the 257 Saigon thinks Romney will get, say hello to President Romney.
     
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    Not sure how you put NC in the Obama column. That state is gone for him. VA I suppose is still a possibility, but that's looking increasingly bleak as well. Interesting that you put Nevada for Romney considering he hasn't been ahead in a single poll there.

    I don't think you put much thought into your "prediction."
     
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    Obama will win re-election because you cannot fix stupid.
     
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    Romney 295 Obama 243. That's being generous to Obama. I think it could probably be a much bigger win especially with Benghazi news that keeps coming out.
     
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    You're right - I didn't!

    I just went with gut feeling...very likely wrong about Virginia and Nevada, anyway.
     
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    Obama wins, Dems keep the Senate and pick up a few seats in the House.
     
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    A close election for sure, but no matter who wins the presidency there will be a peaceful transfer of power. Any civil disturbances will be able to be handled by the local police wherever they happen.
     

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