My Election Forecast

My Election Forecast


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Above you’ll see my final forecast for the 2016 Election.  I think it will be tight all night, and that it’s very likely we won’t know for sure who wins for a couple of days.

With that said, I’m calling this race for Hillary Clinton, 283-255.  Fingers are crossed.

I think Trump has done a tremendous job closing this race and has made tremendous hay in New Hampshire, Ohio, Florida, and Nevada.  I don’t think he’s done enough to win Virginia or North Carolina.

You can go to 270towin.com and make your own forecasts.

Other Calls:
Indiana Governor: John Gregg (D) 51, Eric Holcomb (R) 46, Rex Bell (L) 3
SPI: Glenda Ritz (D)
Atty. Gen: Curtis Hill (R)
U.S. Senate, Indiana: Evan Bayh (D) 49, Todd Young (R) 47, Lucy Brenton (L) 4
U.S. House District 2: Walorski (R) 53, Coleman (D) 45, Cenkush (L) 2
U.S. House District 3: Banks 60 (R), Snyder 23 (L), Schrader (D) 17
U.S. House District 9: Yoder (D) 49, Hollingsworth (R) 48, Brooksbank (L) 2
Other District winners; 1-Visclosky, 4-Rokita, 5-Brooks, 6-Messer, 7-Carson, 8-Bucshon
General Assembly: 68 R, 42 D (House) (+3 D) 38 R, 12 D (Senate) (+3 D)
US Senate: 51 D, 49 R (+5 D)
US House: 234 R, 201 D (+13 D)
Mass Transit Referendum: Yes 60, No 40
Source: Indy Democrat Blog

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