Midterm Elections

January 1, 2011 by  

Feeling quite a surge of red today. The results and predictions are just now starting to come in, and I am anxious to see how well my favorite prediction site holds out. ElectionProjection.com is a site I have watched for the past 6 years and I am blown away at how accurate it seems to be. In the 2008 presidential election, it did miss two states.

This morning, the site showed the Dems and Republicans each with 49 seats in the Senate and 2 for the Independents. It is pretty aggressive to think that’s how it will turn out, but we shall see. The house showed Republicans gaining 62 seats, well more than enough to keep Pelosi from sitting behind the President in his speeches yet to come. Even if the Republicans fail to get the majority in the senate, I think it is quite obvious people are not happy with how the past two years of change have gone.

Thus far, three senate seats have been called (msnbc.com). Kentucky is the first call to go from blue to red, and Rand Paul is the projected winner. ElectionProjection.com did call this changeover. In fact, so far all three have been predicted correctly.

More later. Am definitely excited to watch this unfold tonight.

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