The New York Post has published a graphic map for election day that highlights the battleground states, with poll closing times, and trends to watch for as the evening unfolds. I thought it was pretty cool.
I wonder if the prediction I made many months ago will be correct. I told my husband we'll go to bed election night and still not know who the president is. I think it's gonna be a nail biter.
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I'm a political junkie, too and tomorrow is my birthday, so even better:)
Don't forget to get your free coffee at Starbucks!
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I do believe this election will be a nailbiter, in spite of the expectation that Obama will win in an landslide.
This thing isn't over by a long shot.
And, yeah, I like the underdog, too!
I'm obviously pulling for McCain. I've got plans to have the coffee brewing for a late night.
Just remember, don't put too much weight on the exit polls. They always skew to the Democrat candidate. 2004 was a great example of that.
Get out and vote! :)
I'm a Canadian but I have to confess this election has captured my imagination as well.
I won't be unhappy to see the end of the negative advertising that this campaign has generated.
It may win a candidate a few more votes but at the risk of turning off a sizable chunk of the population.
My husband thinks that we will have a repeat of the 2000 election. I don't know. The media sure thinks that Obama is going to win and all the polls reflect that as well. But like you I am rooting for McCain. We'll see. I'll be glued to the television this evening as well.
Bella - Happy birthday! I don't drink coffee but it's pretty cool of Starbucks to do that. Thanks for stopping by!
Hawg - We're in agreement then. Thanks for commenting!
Matt - I agree with you. I pay little attention to polls. Have you read this article from NewsMax: "Why Obama Will Lose Today"? Also, Marston Chronicles is predicting a landslide for McCain. Pretty interesting stuff.
Barry - Yeah, I agree. You should be able to state the facts without being so negative. I'll be glad when this election cycle is over too.
Cascia - I think it will be like 2000 again too. We'll see! Thanks for stopping by.
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