I'm looking for a site that offers downloadable spreadsheets or forms for all House seats and all states, that could be used for election night parties. I know about applications like this one from CNN
, but I'm specifically looking for forms that can be filled in and then printed, ideally in table form, so a group of people can easily make and compare predictions as the results come in. These things must exist somewhere, so please point me towards them!
posted by Susan PG
on Oct 31, 2012 -
Electoral College filter: Why do nearly all states award their electoral votes on a winner-take-all basis, when splitting them up could get them more attention and favorable policies? [more inside]
posted by Dec One
on Nov 3, 2008 -
How does projecting the winner of the US presidential election work? And what is the earliest time at which the election may
be called? [more inside]
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane
on Oct 15, 2008 -
I live in Arkansas. It's a Super Tuesday state, and I can vote in either party primary. Polls currently suggest that Clinton and Huckabee (both of whom have Arkansas ties) are way, way, way ahead in my state. I prefer Obama to Clinton, but I'm not in love with either of them, and, really, I just want to see a Democrat win the general election. Bearing all of this in mind, how should I vote in the primary?
posted by box
on Jan 30, 2008 -
Considering last night, what can we do, those of us who feel something deeply tragic happened? Not just in the race for the White House, but across America, with the ballot initiatives and the Senate and House races?
Realistic activism for the newly impassioned? Last-ditch attempts to save this sinking ship of a country?
Advice! Opine! Help me! Help us all.
posted by xmutex
on Nov 3, 2004 -
Can anyone help compile links about Republican politicians, Republican organizations or military brass who are formally endorsing Kerry in '04? [more inside]
posted by dhoyt
on Nov 2, 2004 -