Punditology 2010: Our collective, conventional wisdom

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Well, it's the morning of Election Day. And, as promised, here's the conventional wisdom from 246 folks who participated in the 2008 Punditology Challenge. Our participants include journalists, lobbyists, campaign hacks, political consultants, elected officials, and a whole lot of political junkies and activists.

An important caveat: In years past, we've learned that the Punditology conventional wisdom is usually right -- but when we're wrong, we are spectacularly wrong. It is certainly possible for everyone to be surprised. (And if your favored candidate is on the wrong side of the C.W., get to work today, and prove us all wrong!)

First, the Governor's race:

Second, the federal and statewide races in Oregon:

More on the jump - including U.S. Senate and other races around the country, the fight for the Oregon Legislature, some interesting local races, and all those state and local ballot measures...

In Washington:

In California:

In the fight for the U.S. Senate, here's your Republican wins:

And here's your Democratic wins:

Overall, when it comes to control of Congress:

Now, to the legislature. The Oregon House:

The Oregon Senate:

To the local races:

The statewide ballot measures:

And finally, the local measures:

To see the full results, go here. And now, we wait. And work.

Good luck, everyone!

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