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Election 2012: Why I Was Wrong

Let me start off by saying I knew by late May this Presidential election was going to be a close race due to an under-performing economy with a high degree of uncertainty because of the Uranus-Pluto Square Alignments and the Mercury Retrograde effect on Election Day. For those of you who send me nasty and derogatory  emails and for those who

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Presidential Election Electoral College Map Projection: November 06th – 11:15 AM EST

See the Complete Prediction Track Record for the U.S. Midterm and General Elections 2008 to Present The final general election horary forecast has Mitt Romney projected to win 295 electoral votes while Barack Obama would win in states worth 243 electoral votes, according the forecasting model using political contest horary in conjunction with polling trends of the 11 key swing states

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2012 Presidential Election Electoral College Map Projection: November 06th – 1:50 AM EST

On the eve of the general election,  Mitt Romney is projected to win 295 electoral votes while Barack Obama would win in states worth 243 electoral votes, according the forecasting model using political contest horary in conjunction with polling trends of the 11 key swing states over the past 13 days.  The 11 key swing states are those won by

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Election 2012: GOP On The Verge Of Pulling Off An Upset in Wisconsin

According to Rasmussen Reports, Romney has now led for 12 straight days with margins of four to six points most of that time in the combined 11 key swing states won by President Obama in 2008 and thought to be competitive in 2012. The states collectively hold 146 Electoral College votes and include Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire,

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