November 2010 Maine Election Prediction Pool

Enter your predictions for the percentages of voters for each of the gubernatorial and congressional candidates, the percentages for and against each of the three questions on the November 2010 statewide ballot and your prediction for the seat distributions in the Maine House and Senate. You may use up to two decimal places for percentage predictions. Names (but not emails) will be used when publishing results. A valid email is required to enter.
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Governor

Enter your predictions for vote percentage for each candidate.






Congress - First Dictrict

Enter your predictions for vote percentage for each candidate.



Congress - Second Dictrict

Enter your predictions for vote percentage for each candidate.



Question 1: Citizen Initiative

"Do you want to allow a casino with table games and slot machines at a single site in Oxford County, subject to local approval, with part of the profits going to specific state, local and tribal programs?"



Question 2: Bond Issue

"Do you favor a $5,000,000 bond issue to be awarded on a competitive basis to increase access to dental care in Maine, $3,500,000 to be used for a community-based teaching dental clinic affiliated with or operated by a college of dental medicine to be matched by $3,500,000 in other funds, and $1,500,000 to be used to create or upgrade community-based health and dental care clinics across the State to increase their capacity as teaching and dental clinics?"



Question 3: Bond Issue

"Do you favor a $9,750,000 bond issue to invest in land conservation and working waterfront preservation and to preserve state parks to be matched by $9,250,000 in federal and other funds?"



State House of Representatives

Enter the number of seats you believe each party will control. (Currently 96 Democrats, 54 Republicans and one unenrolled member)





State Senate

Enter the number of seats you believe each party will control. (Currently 20 Democrats and 15 Republicans)





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