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D.C.'s Political Report's 2008
Presidential Predictions

Last Updated October 24, 2008
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Barack H. Obama (D-IL) John S. McCain (R-AZ)
24 States, 286 Electoral College Votes 27 States, 252 Electoral College Votes
Special Thanks to Jeffrey Sachs for Mapping Coordinates Alabama has 9 EV: Alaska has 3 EV: Arizona has 10 EV Arkansas has 6 EV: California has 55 EV Colorado has 9 EV Connecticut has 7 EV Delaware has 3 EV District of Columbia has 3 EV Florida has 27 EV Georgia has 15 EV Hawaii has 4 EV Idaho has 4 EV Illinois has 21 EV Indiana has 11 EV Iowa has 7 EV Kansas has 6 EV Kentucky has 8 EV Louisiana has 9 EV Maine has 4 EV - awarded by CD Maryland has 10 EV Massachusetts has 12 EV Michigan has 17 EV Minnesota has 10 EV Mississippi has 6 EV Missouri has 11 EV Montana has 3 EV Nebraska has 5 EV awarded by CD Nevada has 5 EV New Hampshire: Democrats has 4 EV New Jersey has 15 EV New Mexico has 5 EV New York has 31 EV North Carolina has 15 EV North Dakota has 3 EV Ohio has 20 EV Oklahoma has 7 EV Oregon has 7 EV Pennsylvania has 21 Ev Rhode Island has 4 EV South Carolina has 8 EV South Dakota has 3 EV Tennessee has 11 EV Texas has 34 EV Utah has 5 EV Vermont has 3 EV Virginia has 13 EV Washington has 11 EV West Virginia has 5 EV Wisconsin has 10 EV Wyoming has 3 EV

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D.C.'s Political Report's 2008
Gubernatorial Predictions

Last Updated August 17, 2008
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Democrat Take-Over Democratic Retain Control Republican Take-Over Republican Retain Control Independent Take Over
No Gubernatorial Elections in Gray states Alabama Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Alaska Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Arizona Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Arkansas Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 California Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Colorado Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Connecticut Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Delaware District of Columbia Has No Mayoral Election in 2008 Florida Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Georgia Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Hawaii Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Idaho Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Illinois Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Indiana Iowa Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Kansas Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Kentucky Louisiana Maine Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Maryland Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Massachusetts Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Michigan Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Minnesota Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Nevada Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 New Hampshire New Jersey Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 New Mexico Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 New York Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Oklahoma Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Oregon Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Pennsylvania Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Rhode Island Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 South Carolina Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 South Dakota Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Tennessee Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Texas Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Utah Vermont Virginia Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008 Wyoming Has No Gubernatorial Election in 2008

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D.C.'s Political Report's
2008 Senate Predictions

Last Updated October 24, 2008
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No Senate Election in Gray States Alabama Alaska Arizona Has No Senate Election in 2008 Arkansas California Has No Senate Election in 2008 Colorado Connecticut Has No Senate Election in 2008 Delaware District of Columbia Florida Has No Senate Election in 2008 Georgia Hawaii Has No Senate Election in 2008 Idaho Illinois Indiana Has No Senate Election in 2008 Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Has No Senate Election in 2008 Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Has No Senate Election in 2008 Montana Nebraska Nevada Has No Senate Election in 2008 New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York Has No Senate Election in 2008 North Carolina North Dakota Has No Senate Election in 2008 Ohio Has No Senate Election in 2008 Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Has No Senate Election in 2008 Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Has No Senate Election in 2008 Vermont Virginia Washington Has No Senate Election in 2008 West Virginia Wisconsin Has No Senate Election in 2008 Wyoming Has Two Senate Elections in 2008

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D.C.'s Political Report's 2008
House of Representative Predictions

Last Updated October 24, 2008
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Democrats Pick Up of 2 or more seats Democrats Pick Up of 1 seat Republicans Pick Up of 2 or more seats Republicans Pick Up of 1 seat No Net Change
Special Thanks to Jeffrey Sachs for Mapping Coordinates Alabama has 7 Seats: Alaska has 1 Seat: Arizona has 8 Seats: Arkansas has 4 Seats: California has 53 Seats: Republicans Pick in 11th CD Colorado has 7 Seats: Connecticut has 5 Seats: Delaware has 1 GOP Seat District of Columbia has 1 Dem Delegate (Norton) Florida has 25 Seats: Republicans Pick up in 16th CD, Georgia has 13 Seats: Hawaii has 2 Dem Seats Idaho has 2 GOP Seats Illinois has 19 Seats: Indiana has 9 Seats: Iowa has 5 Seats: Kansas has 4 Seats: Kentucky has 6 Seats: Louisiana has 7 Seats: Maine has 2 Seats: Maryland has 8 Seats: Massachusetts has 10 Dem Seats: Michigan has 15 Seats: Minnesota has 8 Seats: Mississippi has 4 Seats: Missouri has 9 Seats: Montana has 1 Seat: Nebraska has 3 Seats: Nevada has 3 Seats: New Hampshire has 2 Seats: New Jersey has 13 Seats: New Mexico has 3 Seats: New York has 29 Seats: North Carolina has 13 Seats: North Dakota has 1 Seat: Ohio has 18 Seats: Democrats Pick up in 15th CD Oklahoma has 5 Seats: Oregon has 5 Seats: Pennsylvania has 19 Seats: Rhode Island has 2 Seats: South Carolina has 6 Seats: South Dakota has 1 Seat: Tennessee has 9 Seats: Texas has 32 Seats: Republicans Pick up in 22nd CD Utah has 3 Seats: Vermont has 1 Seat: Virginia has 11 Seats: Washington has 9 Seats: West Virginia has 3 Seats: Wisconsin has 8 Seats: Wyoming has 1 Seat:

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