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daveberta calls the US mid-terms.

So, the U.S. mid-term elections are tomorrow and in celebration of the greatest democracy ever to exist on this fair planet of ours, I’m going to lay down some solid hard predictions on some of the Senate races up for grabs tomorrow on Tuesday the 7th of November this 2006.

My predictions:

House of Representatives
Democratic – 225
Republican – 210

Senate
Republican – 50
Democratic – 48
Independent – 2 (Joe Lieberman in Connecticut, and Bernie Saunders in Vermont)

Here are some of the serious races in the Senate with my predictions…

Arizona
x-Jon Kyl (R) – 56%
Jim Pederson (D) – 42%

Connecticut
x-Joe Lieberman (I) – 51%
Ned Lamont (D) – 43%
Alan Schlesinger (R) – 6%

Maryland
Ben Cardin (D) – 57%
Michael Steele (R) – 43%

Minnesota
Amy Klobuchar (D) – 62%Mark Kennedy (R) – 38%

Missouri
Claire McCaskill (D) – 49%
x-Jim Talent (R) – 48%

Montana
Jon Tester (D) – 50%
x-Conrad Burns (R) – 48%

New Jersey
x-Robert Menendez (D) – 52%
Tom Kean Jr. (R) – 48%

Ohio
Sherrod Brown (D) – 53%
x-Mike DeWine (R) – 47%

Pennsylvania
Bob Casey (D) – 55%
x-Rick Santorum (R) – 45%

Rhode Island
Sheldon Whitehouse (D) – 53%
x-Lincoln Chafee (R) – 47%

Tennessee
Bob Corker (R) – 52%
Harold Ford Jr. (D) – 48%

Virginia
x-George Allen (R) – 51%
James Webb (D) – 49%

Washington
x-Maria Cantwell (D) – 57%
Mike McGavick (R) – 43%

How far am I close or off the mark? I’m looking forward to finding out tomorrow night!

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