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Election pontificating -- what's your take?

Depending on which political commentators you pay attention to, the election Tuesday is going to either shift the fundamental dynamics of our government with Republicans regaining power in Congress, or hand the too-confident tea party movement an unexpectedly humiliating defeat.

It's more likely that the results will be in the middle, with some wins and losses for each party. But it is entirely possible that Republicans could take the majority in the House of Representatives.

What's your prediction? How do you think the election will turn out, and what are the implications for federal IT and procurement? Comment below and share your thoughts.

Posted on Oct 29, 2010 at 12:18 PM


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