Tuesday, December 02, 2003
Keeping score for 2004
I don't know why I never heard this before now, but it says here in this article ("Shifts in States May Give Bush Electoral Edge," 12/2) from the NY Times (registration required), that if Bush carries the same states in 2004 as in 2000, those states now have a net of 7 more electoral votes than they did in 2000. The author speculates that only 15 states are up for grabs in the 2004 election: Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New Hampshire, Maine and Florida.
Posted by Steve Minor at 2:13 PM