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Revisiting Readers' Nev. and S.C. Predictions

Over the weekend, Fix readers were asked to predict how things would turn out in the Nevada caucuses and the South Carolina GOP primary. The prize? The rarely seen -- and even more rarely won -- official Fix t-shirt.

Politics producer Sarah Lovenheim combed the predictions and plucked out two winners: The Fix posters who came closest to the mark in the Nevada Democratic race and the South Carolina Republican contest.

Congrats to Screetchdog, who accurately called Hillary Clinton's win in the Nevada Democratic caucus at 51 percent and to edwardlahoa, who predicted John McCain would win the GOP South Carolina primary and carry the field with 33 percent of the vote.

If you are either "Screetchdog" or "edwardslahoa", drop me a line at chris DOT cillizza AT washingtonpost DOT com to tell me where to send your Fix t-shirt.

To those of you who didn't win, The Fix is all about second (and third) chances. This Saturday's South Carolina Democratic primary is fast approaching, so keep your eyes on The Fix later this week for another chance to claim a coveted Fix tee.

By Washington Post editors  |  January 24, 2008; 1:00 AM ET
Categories:  Fix Notes  
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