"We enjoy looking at the various electoral college tallies as much as anyone -- see here for our latest -- but the Minneapolis Star Tribune's Eric Black has given up: 'There are too many moving parts in the Electoral College to make a reliable projection of the electoral votes.'
'That means there are more than enough tossup states to turn the final outcome into a rout for either side or a nail-biter that won't be decided until weeks after Election Day. There also are quite plausible scenarios in which there would be an Electoral College tie, throwing the final decision into the House of Representatives.' "
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