Electoral-Vote.com is now predicting a Kerry victory, but by a “razor-thin” margin in many states.
Meanwhile, Robert Cringely claims it will be a comfortable victory for Kerry, given the unaccounted “P. Diddy Factor.”
Finally, Salon says that Bush has lost traction even with part of his base. David Talbot reports:
Another worrying sign for the Bush camp: Bush’s evangelical base is not as solid as it was in 2000. “Like other Americans, they are also concerned about health care, jobs and other issues. That’s probably why last week Bush said it was OK with him if the states allow civil unions. In other words, forget the evangelicals and concentrate on the soccer moms in the Midwest who are fairly tolerant of civil unions. Well, that’s politics for you.”
It’s gonna be a fun Tuesday!