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  •  538 shows (11+ / 0-)

    In a result that's fairly consistent with our own work on the subject, the bettors at the Iowa Electronic Markets, a political futures exchange, have the odds of Democrats losing the Senate down to 18 percent. The odds of a Republican takeover had been 27 percent as of this morning.

    ambiguity is okay--if you know what I mean

    by dorkenergy on Tue Sep 14, 2010 at 10:22:42 PM PDT

    •  fwiw on the house side (1+ / 0-)
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      9:41 P.M. Urquhart Seems to Have Edge in Delaware House Primary
      In the Republican primary for Michael Castle's at-large House seat, the more conservative of the candidates, Glen Urquhart, is looking likely to win.…

      11:26 P.M. A Win for Progressive Activists, Too
      In an outcome that many liberal advocacy groups are cheering, Ann McLane Kuster has been declared the winner over Katrina Swett in the Democratic primary in New Hampshire's 2nd Congressional district.

      11:10 P.M. Reality Television Star Wins Wisconsin Primary
      I'm not sure we can quite call this a first, since Jesse Ventura, a former professional wrestler, was elected governor of Minnesota in 1998. But Sean Duffy, who appeared on MTV's The Real World: Boston, will represent the Republicans in Wisconsin's 7th Congressional district, where he'll face off against Julie Lassa for the seat formerly occupied by longtime incumbent David Obey.

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      ambiguity is okay--if you know what I mean

      by dorkenergy on Tue Sep 14, 2010 at 10:39:59 PM PDT

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