Most pundits agree that Republicans will make gains throughout the country in tomorrow's Election Day.
The question is: How big will their gains be?
FOX News has an Election 2010 guide:
From a local perspective, the Seattle Times highlights key races and the decisive times:
Speaking of local perspective, here in the Evergreen State, one of my coworkers pointed out that Patty Murray is having some real problems. Despite visits by Obama (twice), First Lady Michelle Obama and Joe Biden, she's still fighting for her political life against Dino Rossi. Polls show it to be either a dead heat, or she's ahead by a mere 2%.
Regardless of this almost-good news, a few of us are rather cynical about Washington State's electoral process. It will probably come down to Seattle/King County deciding the winner and only after several recounts until the person with the parenthetical "D" attached to their name is declared the winner.
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