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Fix Primary prediction contest: We have a winner!

Appointed Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet's surprisingly pedestrian victory over former state House Speaker Andrew Romanoff in Tuesday's Democratic primary left most Fixistas missing the mark in their predictions on the race.

But, one man/woman/child was right on the money. "Fourhourelection" predicted that Bennet would win 54 percent to Romanoff's 46 percent!

For that perfect prediction, "fourhourelection" wins an official Fix t-shirt. If you are he/she, send your mailing address and preferred size to me at chris.cillizza@wpost.com and we will ship a shirt out to you.

Honorable mention in our primary prediction contest goes to "daviddupbin" who guessed Bennett at 53.4 percent and Romanoff at 46.1 percent.

If you didn't win this time around, never fear. There will be more chances to claim your official Fix t-shirt in the coming months. Heck, you could win one on Monday night if you or your team wins the best team name competition at the Fix's "Politics and Pints" trivia night!

By Chris Cillizza  |  August 12, 2010; 6:00 PM ET
Categories:  Fix Notes  
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