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For the true campaign junkie, even the steady IV drip of the 24-hour news channels may not be enough. If you just want to keep your eye on the big picture, compiles the latest polling data to give you a quick look at who's leading where. University of Virginia political scientist Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball, at crystalball, provides more in-depth analysis and handicaps the House, Senate, and gubernatorial races. And if you're itching to play Karl Rove, check out vote2004/politics101.html, where an interactive electoral map lets you project the consequences of shifting votes in one or more states.
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Title Annotation:Citings; web sites keep people current with the news
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Nov 1, 2004
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