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Here is an article for all you, POLL, sitters. This should give you a good look at YOUR State as well as the Nation.
Ballotpedia:Statewide projections for the November 6, 2012 elections.
This page hosts Ballotpedia's projections for the p
artisan outcome of State Executive, State Senate and State House elections. Federal and ballot measures are not included, in order to provide the clearest picture possible.
The first set of projections debuted on August 1, 2012. Ballotpedia will release updated projections on the first of each month, with the final report appearing on November 1, 2012, just days before the general election. The purpose of these projections is to indicate which races to watch, and which parties might have more to lose or gain from the election.
In addition to general projections, this page details our Trifecta analysis. A trifecta is defined as one party holding control of the governor's mansion, state Senate, and state House. This is viewed as an important point of analysis, because holding all three positions of state government can allow one party be the gatekeeper to all policy change in a specific state.
While Ballotpedia will not make projections about Congressional races, we are aggregating various projections made by other organizations that cover the elections. Those can be viewed under the Congress tab.
http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php/B … _elections
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