Here is your chance to prove that you are the wisest of the wise -- or at least as sharp as Chris Condon, who won my Fabulous Primary Prediction Contest.
I have selected 20 contests. All you have to do is go through and pick who you think will win each one.
As a tie-breaker, guess what percent of the vote former Governor Mitt Romney will receive IN MASSACHUSETTS.
As you'll see, this time I've assigned point values to the different races. So, math will be involved in determining the winner. But you don't have to worry about that now.
Send in your predictions BY TUESDAY OCTOBER 23, which is one week from today and two weeks before the election. You may leave them as comments to this post, or email them to me at email@example.com. (I can keep your identity secret if you wish, if for example you don't want it known you are picking against your boss....)
The winner will receive something that I abscond with from an election-night party -- and, more importantly, bragging rights.
Three points each:
US Senate: Scott Brown, Elizabeth Warren
US House of Representatives (CD6): Daniel Fishman, John Tierney, Richard Tisei
Two points each:
State Senate (1st Essex): Kathleen O'Connor Ives, James Kelcourse, Pal Magliocchetti, Shaun Toohey
State Senate (2nd Essex & Middlesex): Paul Adams, Barry Finegold
State Senate (3rd Middlesex): Mike Barrett, Sandi Martinez
State Senate (Plymouth & Barnstable): Tom Keyes, Therese Murray
Ballot Question 2 (Physician-Prescribed Suicide): Yes/No
Ballot Question 3 (Medicinal Marijuana): Yes/No
One point each:
Governor's Council (District 5): Maura Ciardello, Eilleen Duff
Governor's Council (District 8): Michael Albano, Michael Franco
State Representative (12th Bristol): Roger Brunelle, Keiko Orrall
State Representative (2nd Franklin): Denise Andrews, Susannah Whipps Lee, Richard Schober
State Representative (7th Middlesex):John Fetherston, Tom Sannicandro
State Representative (8th Middlesex): Carolyn Dykema, Martin Lamb
State Representative (6th Plymouth): Karen Barry, Josh Cutler
State Representative (8th Plymouth): Angelo D'Emilia, Marilee Kennedy Hunt
State Representative (8th Worcester): Robert Dubois, Kevin Kuros
Mitt Romney's vote percentage in Massachusetts: