|A lot of folks are coming to Election Projection today by way of search engines. If that is you, then this is probably your first time to visit. Let me offer you a hearty
welcome! While you're here, I thought I'd give an overview of all the features and fun that can be found here.
Of course, with a name like "Election Projection," you might expect extensive resources by which you can track the upcoming elections in November. Indeed, that is a large
part of EP's content. Below you'll find links to handy summary pages which include frequently updated at-a-glance projections of different state-by-state races.
On any of these pages, just click on a map to view one of 50 statepages with tons of information on the races and political landscape of each state.
In addition to the projections, EP also provides easy-to-use pages that cover other aspects of the election season.
Election Projection's previous results have been very accurate since it began back in 2003. I hope you'll stick
around for a while and find out what all EP has to offer - and I'd be delighted if you'd make Election Projection a daily stop on the way toward Election Day, November 6.
- 2012 Presidential Elections: The current numbers give President Obama a comfortable 303-235 lead
in the all important race for the White House.
- 2012 Senate Elections: For the moment, we have a projected tie in the Senate, with VP Biden casting the deciding vote.
- 2012 Congressional Elections: Redistricting has shuffled around the make up of our 435
congressional districts, but the current projected tally looks almost unchanged.
- 2012 Governor Elections: Just eleven gubernatorial races are on tap this year, but the GOP looks well-positioned to
expand their statehouse majority.
2012 Presidential Election
posted by Scott Elliott at 4:17pm 02/28/12::