Regardless how it turns out,  it has been interesting.  I’m pessimistic about McPalin’s chances, but its better to be pessimistic and be wrong in the end of the day, than be optimistic and be ready for a huge letdown.

McCain is the underdog, and has the least chance of winning, but who trust any of the polls? I don’t trust anyone except Gallup, Rasmussen, and Survey USA. The others have bad records. But in all of them Obama Leads, so there is the trend.

I am including a whole lot of states that are no longer tossups, but may get close at times tomorrow. I will be watching these states even if they go by huge margins different ways.

NH, PA, VA, NC, FL, WV, OH, IN, AR, MI, WI, MN, IO, ND, SD, MT, CO, NM, NV, AZ, OR, WA.

Currently, Obama leads in most, but I want to see by how much he wins.

Check Out 270towin’s senate map: http://www.270towin.com/2008_senate_election/

My guess is Dems 56-39 with 3 genuine tossups. OR, MN, NC.  2 Seats, KY, and GA are held by Republican incumbents. My bet is that Chambliss, GA, is the most likely to get knocked off, he is not well liked by conservatives. If this happens, and they win the tossups, the Democrats can win a super-majority.

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