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296.6 projected for BO in EC (was 295.5 yesterday, highest since Oct. 9)
74.6% BO electoral college win (was 73.6% yesterday, highest since Oct. 8)
50.4% projected in popular vote (was 50.3% yesterday, highest since Oct. 9)

100.0% in Hawai'i (watch for Romney to make a move there now)
98.3% in Michigan
98.2% in New Mexico
97.5% in Minnesota
94.8% in Pennsylvania
86.8% in Wisconsin
80.5% in Nevada
74.9% in Ohio
72.7% in Iowa (before DMR endorsement haha)
71.5% in New Hampshire
59.9% in Virginia
58.2% in Colorado
37.5% in Florida
17.5% in North Carolina

That's our castrati!

I'm sure by the time this is published, there'll be four more of these...

52.6 Dems/independents caucusing with Dems projected for next congress
90.9%(!) chance of majority

100.0% Kirsten Gillibrand (NY)
100.0% Dianne Feinstein (CA)
99.9% Maria Cantwell (WA)
99.8% Amy Klobuchar (MN)
99.7% Tom Carper (DE)
99.5% Bernie Sanders (I-VT)
99.2% Debbie Stabenow (MI)
99.2% Bob Menendez (NJ)
99.0% Sheldon Whitehouse (RI)
99.0% Mazie Hirono (HI)
98.9% Bill Nelson (FL)
98.9% Ben Cardin (MD)
96.9% Sherrod Brown (OH)
95.2% Liz Warren (MA)
94.2% Bob Casey (PA)
93.6% Martin Heinrich (NM)
92.4% Tim Kaine (VA)
91.4% Angus King (I-ME)
90.9% Joe Manchin (WV)
88.0% Claire McCaskill (MO)
85.6% Chris Murphy (CT)
82.9% Tammy Baldwin (WI)
36.5% Jon Tester (MT)
36.1% Joe Donnelly (IN)*
28.3% Shelley Berkley (NV)
27.2% Richard Carmona (AZ)
13.4% Heidi Heitkamp (ND)
13.3% Bob Kerrey (NE)
3.2% Paul Sadler (TX)
0.2% Mark Clayton (TN)
0.2% Albert Gore (MS)
0.0% Tim Chestnut (WY)
0.0% Scott Howell (UT)
*Nate notes that these are before any new polls after the weird Mourdock comments

Bold = likely pickup for either side

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