Updated Fix Electoral Map Picks: An Obama Landslide

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Updated Fix Electoral Map Picks: An Obama Landslide

<p><strong>><a href=’http://projects.washingtonpost.com/2008/pick-your-president/’>2008 Election Contest: Pick Your President</a></strong> – Predict the winner of the 2008 presidential election.</p>

Barack Obama stands on the cusp of an electoral vote blowout over John McCain with just eight days left in the 2008 general election.

On our latest Fix electoral map, we have Obama at 349 electoral votes — his highest total since we began picking the playing field earlier this fall — while McCain stands at 189 electoral votes.

And, it’s uniquely possible that Obama could crest 350 electoral votes before all is said and done next Tuesday. The hardest three states for us to pick — Missouri, Indiana and Nevada — were all carried by President George W. Bush in 2000 and 2004. (In the case of Indiana, the Republican presidential nominee has carried the state in every election but one — 1964 — since 1936.)

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