I'll kick things off:
House: GOP gains 53 seats, winning a majority.
Senate: GOP gains 8 seats, flirting with the majority but falling just short.
I've made these predictions publicly on air and in print, so I won't hedge or cheat by upping my House pick-up total to more closely mirror the predictions of some smart folks whose opinions I really respect. Plus, I'm not sure I really want to. The last few election cycles have imbued in me such a pessimistic streak, I can't bring myself to expect earth-shatteringly huge gains for the GOP. I'll believe it if and when I actually see it. And I just might.
Do I have too little faith? Are all of the experts completely missing the boat--as they did in 1994? Are rumors of Democratic ruin greatly exaggerated?
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