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Fix primary prediction contest: Delaware and New Hampshire!

As Jim Morrison once said: "This is the end...my only friend...the end."

Voting in seven states today -- Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Wisconsin -- marks the semi-official end of the 2010 primary season. (Hawaii's primary brings it to a formal close on Saturday.)

Lucky for all of us political junkies, the November election is now just 49 days -- seven weeks! -- away.

But, before we say goodbye to the 2010 primaries, it's time for one last Fix primary prediction contest or, as it's better known, a chance to win an official Fix t-shirt.

While there are lots and lots of great races, two Republican Senate primaries have dominated the national coverage.

So, for the Fix t-shirt, we want your predictions for order of finish -- with percentages! -- in the New Hampshire and Delaware Senate races. (Remember that the New Hampshire race is a four-way affair so don't forget to factor in the percentages of the vote wealthy businessmen Jim Bender and Bill Binnie will get today.)

Polls close in Delaware and New Hampshire at 8 p.m. eastern time so any predictions made after that time won't be eligible for the official Fix t-shirt.

Predict away! And stay tuned to this space later today for a live primary night blog -- featuring FixFelicia and FixAaron -- as well as full coverage of the results.

By Chris Cillizza  | September 14, 2010; 1:30 PM ET
 
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