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    2018 Midterm Pick 'Em

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    Link to pick 'em: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdUt5lTOLobTRqbktOQMZoTYtY7pt6dxdIbAfUsUKDu5L_J8Q/viewform?usp=sf_link


    The rules: 

    • For every Senate and gubernatorial race that's expected to be competitive, you can make a pick indicating who you think will win, and at what level of confidence between "lean," "likely," and "solid."
    • If your pick is correct, you get 1 point if you picked lean, 2 points if you picked likely, and 3 points if you picked solid.
    • But if you get it wrong, you lose 1 point for lean, 2 points for likely, and 3 points for solid.
    • There's also a category for longshots, where you may opt to make a high-risk bet worth 5 points if you're correct or -5 points if you're wrong. This is optional.
    • You may pick as many or as few races as you want. Anything you don't pick is 0 points.
    • For the House, pick how many seats you expect Democrats to control. If you get it right, you get 50 points. If you're off by 1 seat in either direction, you get 49, and each additional seat you're off by costs 1 extra point. (There is no floor on this, by the way--if you're off by 52 seats, for example, you wind up with -2 points for this question.)
    • All picks must be submitted before 6:00 PM ET tomorrow (Tuesday, 11/6) as that's when the first polls begin to close.


    Please keep this thread civil and preferably nonpartisan. If you are eligible to vote but have not done so yet then please make a plan for when and how you will cast your ballot tomorrow.


    If you have any questions, either quote or @ me in this thread to ensure I get the notification. I can't guarantee I'll be able to respond, but I'll try.

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