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Elections 2010 questions: #AsktheFix

Chris Cillizza (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

Here at the BlogPost I am a proud jack of all trades, master of none. (Except maybe categorically knowing every single kitten video online ever for all time. What? We all need something.)

During times of crisis when expert advice is required, I happily offer up someone far wiser than I -- at least when it comes to political knowledge.

Therefore, on Election Day 2010, I offer up Chris Cillizza, the blogging wunderkid over at The Fix. He'll be hosting a live Twitter videocast today from 2:02 p.m. to 3:02 p.m. Eastern. Which is like right now. Go pester him with all the burning questions you have about the election: Who will win, who will cry, who will offer up free kittens in a trade for votes?

Go, I tell you!

#AskTheFix with your questions to join in the fun.

By Melissa Bell  | November 2, 2010; 2:00 PM ET
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