Mark Curtis, the former KTVU political guru (now reporting in West Virginia TV) checks in with 415 Media for his presidential election pick:
"Hillary (Clinton) wins Electoral College 273 to 265. Republicans hold control of US Senate, 52-48; GOP will have a net loss in House, but maintain solid control. Federal Court appointments, including Supreme Court, will be tough to get through the Senate, and will have to be more moderate than Clinton would like. House will press more investigations --some members even calling for impeachment--which won't happen. Forecast: four years of gridlock, and out."
Curtis will be working as a Facebook correspondent in West Virginia --in addition to his TV/Radio work. A plumb assignment ...I asked him what we should be looking at early on as the election closes in the East.
"Watch Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio. Trump MUST win all three, if not, it's over. Also, if Trump loses NC, the GOP likely loses that Senate seat and perhaps control of the Senate too. The three KEY states are now NC, New Hampshire and Colorado."