Posted By: Stonecipher
Nov. 3, 2008
Iowa, Hillary's tears, Super Tuesday, Rev. Wright, Barack's 11-state winning streak, Hillary's 3 A.M. ad, McCain's nomination, the PUMAs, Hillary finally leaves, Joe Biden, the conventions, Sarah Palin, Charlie Gibson, Katie Couric, Saturday Night Live, Bill Ayers, the debates, Joe the Plumber, swing state polls, early voting - it all comes down to what happens tomorrow.
So what's going to happen?
I've spent the majority of my waking hours during the past few days piecing together what the big picture will be tomorrow night with a state-by-state analysis. My eyes hurt from staring at this screen, my wrist hurts from typing and when I close my eyes I see a giant red and blue Electoral Map.
While each of the 50 states (plus D.C.) in this election has it's own interesting story to tell, we know how states like California and Utah are going to turn out, so there's no need to dive into any of the states that are already locked up for either candidate.
With that in mind, here's a look at the toss-ups, the lean Obama's, the lean McCain and the handful of states that are almost clinched for one candidate or the other - moving across the map from west to east, here we go: