Third Parties get mention in Washington Post

The Washington Post published an election predictions page, with a chart of high-profile pundits and their take on the Dem/Rep spreads.

In a follow-up post, a Washington Post staffer noticed the article’s slight of third parties (if not apologizing for it.)

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The Fix Election Prediction Contest!

Yesterday the Post Outlook section ran its annual “Crystal Ball” prediction contest where a handful of political types — the Fix included — put their best guess forward about what will happen in tomorrow’s election.

First, let’s get the official Fix picks out of the way:

…Nevada Senate race: Harry Reid 50.5 percent, Sharron Angle 49.5 percent. (Yes, we realize that we — dumbly — failed to calculate the percentages that third party candidates and “none of these candidates”.)… [Emphasis added.]

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