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November 2, 2012

12:08
P.M.

POSTPONED: The Fix Live

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About the host

Host: Chris Cillizza

Chris Cillizza

Chris Cillizza is the managing editor of PostPolitics and he writes "The Fix," a politics blog for The Washington Post. He also covers the White House for the newspaper and website. Chris has appeared as a guest on NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, Fox News Channel and CNN to talk politics. He lives in Virginia with his wife and sons.

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Q.

Chris Cillizza :

Good morning everyone!

FOUR DAYS LEFT.

Let's do this.

Q.

If Romney Loses

If Romney loses, rank the "mistakes" pundits will talk about that hurt his campaign? 1) Picking Ryan over Portman for VP 2) Running too far to the right during the primary 3) The 47% remark 4) Too many Republicans talking about rape 5) Not talking about his time as governor 6) Not defusing his time at Bain Capital 7) Clint Eastwood and the empty chair 8) Other (please list)
A.
Chris Cillizza :

In order:

3

2

6

5

7

1

4

– November 02, 2012 12:03 PM
Q.

ohio poll

whtat are the current poll numbers in ohio
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Obama has a 2-ish point lead. He is ahead but narrowly. Which is why we moved the race to "tossup" yesterday.

LINK: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/wp/2012/11/01/ohio-moves-back-into-the-toss-up-category-on-fix-electoral-map/

– November 02, 2012 12:04 PM
Q.

House

Over/under a net 7 seat pickup for Democrats in House?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Slightly over.

– November 02, 2012 12:04 PM
Q.

What's up in Nebraska?

Does Kerrey actually have a remote chance to win? How popular is Hagel still in the state? (Please make a reference to your endorsement hierarchy here.)
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Chris Cillizza :

I think Kerrey loses by 6-8. Sure, Hagel helps at the margins but I don't see Chuck Hagel as a defining factor for any large group of people in nebraska.

– November 02, 2012 12:04 PM
Q.

North Dakota

Are you ready to admit that there is a VERY good chance that North Dakotans will end the very popular Heidi Heitkamp to Washington to continue the work of Dorgan and Conrad instead of the quite unpopular Rick Berg? (BTW, did you hear about the letter the Catholic bishop wrote encouraging parishioners not to support the nice candidate?)
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Chris Cillizza :

I think Heitkamp is absolutely in the race. I think at the end of the day she loses by 3-4 due in large part to the fact that North Dakota in a presidential year is a very Republican state.

– November 02, 2012 12:05 PM
Q.

Bob Kerrey

Okay, so Bob Kerrey's going to lose on Tuesday, but how close do you think the race will be? Single digits?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Yeah. 6-8.

– November 02, 2012 12:06 PM
Q.

More important contest

Hi Chris, Does it really matter who wins on Tuesday? Major concern for now is how it goes on Saturday and Sunday for the Cardinals. Do the playoffs being compressed because of Sandy help or hurt CU?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

AGREED.

Catholic is hosting the entire field hockey tournament this weekend. The Bird play at 2 tomorrow against Susquehanna and then, assuming they win, in the championship game at 1 on Sunday.

And, yes, my palms just started to sweat from nervousness even as I wrote those sentences.

– November 02, 2012 12:07 PM
Q.

Senate 2013

Heidi Heitkamp, Jon Tester, Joe Donnelly, Richard Carmona, Shelley Berkley, and Tammy Baldwin. Rank from most to least likely who will be in the Senate next year!
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Donnelly, Baldwin, Berkley, Tester, Carmona, Heitkamp

– November 02, 2012 12:08 PM
Q.

Lucy, you got some 'splaining to do

"That — coupled with the state’s electoral history and the absolute necessity for Romney to win the state if he wants to be president — leads us to move it back to the 'tossup' category." ?? Why in the world does *Romney's absolutely need to win Ohio* move that state into the "tossup" category?? I *need* to marry Ryan Gosling, but that doesn't make that possibility anywhere near a tossup.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Ah yes.  The criticism of us moving Ohio to toss up.

That is a single sentence from a very long piece in which I argue that a) private polling on both sides suggests the race is very close b) historical voting patterns suggest tha Ohio is a 250K vote differential either way.

My point in that line was that romney understands how important Ohio is to his math and will, therefore, live there in the final weekend of the race in an attenmpt to round up every possible vote. Witness his massive rally today in Ohio. That doesn't mean he wins the state but it means that a cornered animal is often the most dangerous

Hope that explains my thinking better.

– November 02, 2012 12:11 PM
Q.

Way More Money

Chris - you're already hooked up with MSNBC. Any discussions about you replacing Willie Geist on Way Too Early? I think you'd be a great fit with that show.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Noted! And no.

Sidebar: Willie is VERY good people and I am thrilled he is getting the "Today" show gig.

– November 02, 2012 12:11 PM
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Staring at Swing State Polls

Yes, I know I have to stop that, but it looks like Romney is investing heavily in places like PA not because they are in play -- they aren't based on the current polls -- but because he doesn't have any choice. Current electoral map has him losing must-win states by non-trivial numbers.
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Chris Cillizza :

Generally agree. But I woiuld quibble with Romney losing swing states by "non-trivial" numbers. All data I have seen in  WI, OH, VA, CO and NH suggest the race is even or close.

I do think Obama has an edge in IA and NV and Romney has a slight edge in FL.

– November 02, 2012 12:13 PM
Q.

Sandy and Presidential election

Will the damage to Philadelphia hold down the Democratic turnout sufficiently to put Pennsylvania in play, rather than safely Democratic? Both for the Presidential and the chances of Bob Casey.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

We wrote on this yesterday!

Check it here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/wp/2012/11/01/obama-dodges-a-sandy-bullet-in-philadelphia/

– November 02, 2012 12:13 PM
Q.

Indiana

Do Indiana Republicans now regret making that Senate seat more competitive than it should have been?
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Chris Cillizza :

Um, yes. But not sure how they could have avoided it. National Republicans did everything they could to warn Lugar that he was in real trouble in the primary. He ignored it.

– November 02, 2012 12:14 PM
Q.

Predictions

I see Obama winning in a squeaker with the Democrats holding onto the Senate and the GOP retaining the House
A.
Chris Cillizza :

I submitted my predictions for the Post's "Crystal Ball" contest yesterday! Stay tuned to see what I (and some other pundit types) predicted.

– November 02, 2012 12:14 PM
Q.

Election Night

Will there be an election night keg party at the Cillizza household?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

KEG STAND!

No.

On the other hand, there will be a live stream of me and the Fix posse that you can watch on Ustream. Not kidding.

– November 02, 2012 12:15 PM
Q.

Coach

Now we know who Coach's Wife would vote for. In our hearts, we know who Coach would be behind, too.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Rayna James > Juliette Barnes

– November 02, 2012 12:16 PM
Q.

Yeah!

I see the unemployment rate is 7.9%. That has made me decide to vote for Obama. If it were 8.0%, I would have voted for Romney.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

You and every other undecided voter out there. See, elections are simple!

– November 02, 2012 12:16 PM
Q.

Election night

Where will you be?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

In the WaPo newsroom. And, as mentioned above, there will be a camera trained on me.  I remain undecided on whether this is a good or bad thing for the world.

– November 02, 2012 12:17 PM
Q.

Virginia

Seems like Obama is picking up momentum there. Kaine probably helps more than Allen hurts. If Romney loses OH and VA, it's game over, right?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

That is correct. There is no real path for Romney to 270 with VA and OH.

– November 02, 2012 12:18 PM
Q.

Post-election

So, what are your plans after Tuesday? Vacation? Withdrawal?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Fiscal cliff!

Also, watching Mrs. Fix team in Round 1 of the NCAA tournament next Wednesday.

– November 02, 2012 12:18 PM
Q.

Please make it stop!

Chris, who can I contact to plead for the complete ending of political ads? I can't turn on the TV without seeing endless political ads, and I'm about ready to bury my head in the sand and say, "Please make it stop!" The intensity of campaigning in this election has seriously left the reservation, to the point of being invasive and intrusive--especially when so many of us had made up our minds long ago about whom to vote for.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Contact DVR.  Fast forward thru them. That's what I do.

– November 02, 2012 12:19 PM
Q.

Ohio change

If you're trying to predict what is going to happen, why do you care that Romney NEEDS Ohio? If a mediocre team needs a win against a really good team (that is playing hard too) to make the playoffs, is it more likely to win (not just compete)? Need shouldn't matter.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

See above.

– November 02, 2012 12:19 PM
Q.

Ohio, Ohio, Ohio

Hi Chris -- thanks for taking questions today. You've been taking some hits for claiming that Ohio is a toss up despite the fact that Romney has yet to take a serious and consistent lead, whereas Obama seems to be holding on (though not by much) in almost every poll. How do things look at this moment?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

A toss up in my mind is a race that's between 1-3 points. it's why we have Florida as a toss up despite the fact that Romney has a lead within that margin. Ditto Ohio.

– November 02, 2012 12:20 PM
Q.

Indiana Senate

Is Mourdock going to lose?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

I think so.

– November 02, 2012 12:20 PM
Q.

Congressional leadership

Any changes to top posts come 2013? If so, who's likely to ascend party ranks?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

If Democrats don't win back the House (and they aren't going to) then I think Nancy Pelosi probably retires. (of course, I thought she was leaving after 2010 too.)

That would likely mean Steny Hoyer would move up to Minorotuy LEader and the big fight for the future of the party would be to fill his slot as whip.

– November 02, 2012 12:21 PM
Q.

Alternatives to Ohio

Mitt seems to pushing in several states that have been thought to be relatively safe for Obama (most notably Wisconsin and Pennsylvania). Which is most likely to turn for Mitt? Does he really have a signficant chance in either?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

He has a chance in Wisconsin for sure.

But if he loses Ohio (18 electoral votes) and wins Wisconsin (10 electoral votes) he needs to find 8 more electoral votes somewhere.

– November 02, 2012 12:22 PM
Q.

Contest?

Have I missed it, or have you not yet announced a contest for picking the swing state victors on Election Night? Prize could be, oh, I don't know, an autographed copy of a book by a certain pundit?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Our election contest is coming in The Fix on Monday. Get your prognostication hats ready.

– November 02, 2012 12:22 PM
Q.

Any swing here?

Hi Chris, The most liberal section of New York State seems to be the area most affected by Sandy. Is there even a slight chance that low voter turn out in this area could swing NY to Mitt?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Nope. Not even a little.

– November 02, 2012 12:22 PM
Q.

Good question

Hi Chris, At 11:00 I had a really good question, but now I have forgotten it. You pretty much know everything so I was hoping you could answer it anyway.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

6.

– November 02, 2012 12:23 PM
Q.

importance of debates

How important do you think it was that Obama showed up big in debates 2 and 3 after flubbing the first one? Seems to me that if he hadn't done well in debates 2 and 3, Obama would have helped pave the way for a Romney victory.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Agree. Although the debates did bring Romney back into this race in a way that, if they didn't exist, I am not sure he could have done.

– November 02, 2012 12:23 PM
Q.

PA, MN, MI

Does Romney have a shot in these states, or does this mean he thinks Ohio is slipping away?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Some shot in PA and MI. Longer shot in MN. I STILL think his best/only path is through Ohio.

– November 02, 2012 12:24 PM
Q.

Election

How do you place the odds for Obama reelection? Last week you had it 55-45.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

That's about right. He is a slight favorite to win due to the fact he is either tied or slightly ahead in enough swing states to get him to 270 electoral votes.

– November 02, 2012 12:24 PM
Q.

First Things First

Where are you at? What is the Soundtrack? What are you smok -er- drinking? Whare's Coach Fix Playing this weekend? And.....what's the best coffee-related beverage you got through the entire election cycle?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Youh Lagoon "The Year of Hibernation"

Pumpkin Spice Latte (natch)

Catholic vs Susquehanna tomorrow. CUA vs winner of Drew/Scranton Sunday.

– November 02, 2012 12:25 PM
Q.

Surprise Results

Hey Fix, If there is a stunner of a Senate result on Tuesday night is it in Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Arizona or somewhere else?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

I don't think we see an upset in any of the three. If I had to pick a surprise upset of that trio, I would say Carmona winning in AZ.

– November 02, 2012 12:26 PM
Q.

Endorsement

Are you going to publicly endorse either Obama or Romney?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Um, no. Not what I am in the business of doing.

– November 02, 2012 12:26 PM
Q.

Mitt Romney's Pennsylvania campaign

It appears as though Mitt Romney is beginning to invest significantly in Pennsylvania in the closing week of this campaign. In your view, is it realistic that Ohio could vote for Obama while Pennsylvania goes for Romney?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Possible? Sure. Probably. Definitely not.

– November 02, 2012 12:26 PM
Q.

Hype or Reality?

Please decode for us how much the current media analysts may be hyping the closeness of the Presidential race to keep viewers tuned it, to hedge their predictions, or because that is how they truly read the polls. Thank you!
A.
Chris Cillizza :

There are 8 swing states.  In at least 6 of them, the race is within 2-3 points either way. That means even a slight shift could turn the race for either candidate.

So, I don't think we are overhyping it. It's just close.

– November 02, 2012 12:27 PM
Q.

Bloomberg

Does Michael Bloomberg's endorsement of Obama do anything for this race?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Thank gosh we have the handy-dandy Fix endorsement hierarchy to explain that: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/wp/2012/11/01/michael-bloomberg-president-obama-and-the-fix-endorsement-hierarchy/

– November 02, 2012 12:28 PM
Q.

Polling/State of the Races

It seems Republicans are just as confident as Democrats. Why do you think that is?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Everybody gets confident at the end because they have to be. You can't go to voters with the appearance you are going to lose.

– November 02, 2012 12:29 PM
Q.

Nevada

How is Romney losing a state with 13% unemployment and blanket foreclosure a?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Huge Hispanic vote in nevada and Romney is non-competitive among Hispanics.

– November 02, 2012 12:29 PM
Q.

Yeesh...

What a slow news week. Nothing much happening in the world of breaking news or politics. Hope you have enough to chat about today.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

I'll make do... :)

– November 02, 2012 12:30 PM
Q.

They say endorsements don't matter? Pish posh!

Mr. Burns has endorsed Mitt Romney. Impact on the election?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Glad you got that C. Montgomery Burns reference.

And, not blame me, I voted for Hans Sprungfeld.

– November 02, 2012 12:30 PM
Q.

Florida

Does team Romney think they have it in the bag? I noticed there was no campaign swing to FL on the docket for these final few days.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

I think of the swing states they feel best about Florida. But remember that he was there Wednesday. It was thre first place he went after the Sandy postponements of the early part of the week.

– November 02, 2012 12:31 PM
Q.

A betting man

Nate Silver and Joe Scarborough have a bet on the election outcome. Do you or any of the Fix minions have any side bets going?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Yes. If Gary Johnson wins, I will grow the "monkeytail: Don't know what that is? LINK: http://www.geekologie.com/2011/04/27/monkeytail-1.jpg

– November 02, 2012 12:32 PM
Q.

Senate longshots

You give Carmona a better chance than Heitkamp?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

I do.

– November 02, 2012 12:32 PM
Q.

Sunshine State

If Obama carries Florida, is it over?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Yes.

– November 02, 2012 12:32 PM
Q.

Massachusetts Senate

MA Senate how does Brown win?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

He doesn't.

– November 02, 2012 12:33 PM
Q.

Willie Geist

I served with Willie Geist. I knew Willie Geist. Willie Geist is a friend of mine. You are no Willie Geist
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Very fair.

– November 02, 2012 12:33 PM
Q.

October Surprise

Which was bigger in terms of the vote? Frankenstorm Sandie? Osama bin Ladin's Video? Bush's DWI?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

let's wait to see who wins on Tuesday.

– November 02, 2012 12:33 PM
Q.

Akin-McCaskill

Can Akin win without the RNC blessing?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

He cannot. And he can't win even with the RNC's blessing.

– November 02, 2012 12:33 PM
Q.

Fool's gold in PA

Romney has trailed in all 24 polls since August. Republicans always say they'll carry it and don't. I'm guessing this is more about creating a narrative (to affect enthusiasm elsewhere) but sure seems miscalculated unless they feel maxed out in FLOHVA, CO, NV, WI, IA, and NH. In other words, yeah, bad move.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Consider this: Romney raised $112 million in the first 2 weeks of October.  My guess is he has enough money to spend in all of the swing states you mention AND in Pennsylvania. Given that, why not?

– November 02, 2012 12:34 PM
Q.

Sherrod Brown

Do you see Sherrod Brown winning re-election in Ohio
A.
Chris Cillizza :

I do. He has a run a very good campaign.

– November 02, 2012 12:35 PM
Q.

Ustream

Uhh. That sounds like something that goes into the U-rinal. As Sarah Palin once said "Thanks, but no Thanks!"
A.
Chris Cillizza :

BOOOOOO.

– November 02, 2012 12:35 PM
Q.

North Carolina

Down here in North Carolina, we are seeing tons of Obama surrogates over the last two weeks of the campaign (Michelle, Bill, Dr. Biden, actors, musicians etc.). Bill is even coming to Raleigh tomorrow for the last day of early voting. Why hasn't the Romney presence be visible at all? Are they really THAT confident in a win here without trying?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Yes. And you know what Democrat you haven't seen? Barack Obama. Not since the convention. That's telling.

– November 02, 2012 12:35 PM
Q.

the Post's Crystal Ball Contest

Does the winner get a trip to one of the dances after the Inauguration? Give a Link, please!
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Not sure we have a link yet. Check The Fix later today. And, as for a prize all you get is the smug self satisfaction of being right. Which is all any of us want anyway.

– November 02, 2012 12:36 PM
Q.

Ohio

I can hear the late great Tim Russert emphasizing Ohio, Ohio, Ohio for this election
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Yes. Read this: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/wp/2012/10/24/ohio-ohio-ohio/

– November 02, 2012 12:37 PM
Q.

Springsteen

I've seen Springsteen in concert a little more than 15 times. Should I fly out to Kansas City to see him live once again? I worry this may be his last tour.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Um, yes.

– November 02, 2012 12:38 PM
Q.

2016

If Romney loses, rank the following 2016 contenders - Jeb Bush, Paul Ryan, Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry, Rob Portman, Rand Paul, Chris Christie, and John Thune.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

First tier

Ryan

Jindal

Jeb

Christie

Rubio

Second tier

Rand Paul

Thune

Portman

Tierless

Rick Perry

– November 02, 2012 12:39 PM
Q.

Scott Brown

If Scott Brown loses Tuesday, what's next for him? Does he run for governor in 2014? Does he run against Kerry in 2014? What if the Senate seat is open because Kerry gets tapped to be Secretary of State if Obama wins a second term?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Special election for the open Kerry seat (if Obama wins). And he might start theat race as the favorite.

– November 02, 2012 12:39 PM
Q.

Fun 'what if' thought of the day....

For as entertaining as this race has been, take a moment and imagine the implications of Hurricane Sandy on the election if Christie HAD run and captured the Republican nomination! (That could only be topped by Obama vs. Christie with Bloomberg running as an independent....)
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Holy crapozoli. That would have been amazing.

– November 02, 2012 12:40 PM
Q.

Colorado

Democrats won the Senate race and governor's race in 2010 in Colorado. Yet it seems like they are really struggling in the state this year. What gives?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Don't think they are "really struggling". I think CO is the closest race in the country at the presidential level. The state is just very evenly divided between the two parties.

– November 02, 2012 12:42 PM
Q.

Ryan in Nevada

Why?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

I don't really get it. Other than that Obama's lead isn't big enough for the Romney people to think it can't be overcome with a last minute push.

– November 02, 2012 12:44 PM
Q.

Amy Klobuchar coattails

Not saying Obama can't win MN on his own, but Klobuchar is going to blow out her opponent in the Senate race. Should Obama be thanking her for her huge margin of victory making a Romney victory even more unlikely there than it already is?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Klobuchar is my dark horse 2016 presidential candidate...

– November 02, 2012 12:44 PM
Q.

Late night

How late should I plan to stay up to know who won? Will a network call it before 1 a.m. Eastern?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Possible.

VA, OH and FL are all relatively early closing times and if Romney doesn't win all three, it's going to be tough for him.

– November 02, 2012 12:45 PM
Q.

Rubio as Veep

Rubio: would he make difference in NV FL?.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Probably not. People decide based on the guy at the top of the ticket not the guy next to the guy on the top of the ticket.

– November 02, 2012 12:45 PM
Q.

More Predictions

Pirates vs. Ninjas
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Ninjas. More varied skill set. Also, throwing stars.

– November 02, 2012 12:46 PM
Q.

Nate Silver

I suspect you are an admirer of Mr Silver, but you clearly differ in your betting probabilities: you call it 55-45 for Obama, Silver calls it 80-20. Do you really see things that differently or do you have some information he doesn't?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Nope. Nate is a VERY smart and skilled modelre/prognosticator. 

– November 02, 2012 12:46 PM
Q.

Thanks, Chris

It's been a great ride.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

It really has, hasn't it?

– November 02, 2012 12:47 PM
Q.

culinary advice

Always have the clam sauce with your crapozoli.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Yes. Good call.

– November 02, 2012 12:47 PM
Q.

"And, not blame me, I voted for Hans Sprungfeld."

No no no no no no no! It's, "Don't blame me - I voted for Kodos!" Come ON!
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Fair point.

– November 02, 2012 12:47 PM
Q.

Bloomberg's endorsement of Obama

Where's the "I'm diappointed in the guy, but the other guy is a heck of a lot worse" endorsement rank on the PMBS (poor man Bill Simmons) hierarchy?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

It's a sort of "more in sorrow than anger" endorsement, right? Maybe I need to create a new category....

– November 02, 2012 12:48 PM
Q.

Nate Silver

So, Nate Silver and his computer have Obama at basically an 80-20 chance of winning. Why is your percentage so much less?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Who knows? Why do some people pick the Giants to win 14 games and other people pick them to win 10 games?

– November 02, 2012 12:48 PM
Q.

Annapolis

Care to throw out a curveball prediction? One of those "I did NOT see XX losing/winning!" Or is that what makes them curveballs, kinda defeats the point in predicting...
A.
Chris Cillizza :

I did not see Ron Paul being elected president as a write-in candidate.

– November 02, 2012 12:49 PM
Q.

Winner

Should whoever wins the election let out a Ric Flair "WOOOOOOO" when being declared the victor
A.
Chris Cillizza :

This is the sort of thing we can all agree on.

– November 02, 2012 12:49 PM
Q.

When will the Presidential race be called?

Late night 11/6, early morning 11/7, mid-day 11/7, please, no later than that....
A.
Chris Cillizza :

early monring 11.7.

– November 02, 2012 12:49 PM
Q.

Michigan

There is not poll that shows Romney anywhere close to winning Michigan. I don't know why people keep saying this.
A.
Chris Cillizza :

Detroit News had him down 3. That's pretty close to winning.

– November 02, 2012 12:50 PM
Q.

The End

Is Mrs. Fix looking forward to all this being over?
A.
Chris Cillizza :

You mean as in the end of the Mayan calendar? I have to ask her.

– November 02, 2012 12:50 PM
Q.

Chris Cillizza :

Ok, folks. I have to go back to writing (and writing) in advance of the election. Thanks for joining me. FOUR MORE DAYS!

Chris

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