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FixCam: The Electoral College Prediction Map

Looking for ways to keep yourself amused in between watching NCAA tournament games and pining for the return of The Fix? The team at washingtonpost.com has come up with an amazing tool that is sure to provide endless entertainment for political junkies.

It's called the Electoral College Prediction Map. Pick how each state will vote in November using either the results from the 2004 general election or the primary results to date on the Republican and Democratic side. Feeling adventurous? Pick the states without any past results as a guide.

The best part of the map is the ability to save your picks and send them to friends (and enemies). If you have a blog of your own or a Facebook page, the code to embed your own 2008 electoral map is right there too.

Noodle around with it below and offer your thoughts in the comments section. (If you're interested in The Fix's take on the states most likely to flip in this election make sure to check out the latest Line.)

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By Chris Cillizza  |  March 19, 2008; 10:26 PM ET
Categories:  FixCam  
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