|Wednesday, June 28, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 155
Election formula predicts viable Gore victory
'Water, water, everywhere ...'
Edward Spinks teaches a water aerobics class in Garrison Gym Tuesday afternoon. The class meets from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays through the end of Summer Session I.
Vice President Al Gore will win the upcoming presidential election,
grabbing 56.1 percent of the vote -- that is, if Christopher Wlezien's
recently published formula for election forecasting is as accurate as it
was in 1996, when it statistically predicted President Bill Clinton's victory
within one-tenth of one percent.
I guess I am supposed to feel sorry for Gary Graham for receiving something
of a bum deal by being represented by a pretty worthless lawyer. If I believe
Amnesty International, I am supposed to feel outraged that he was put to
From the moment Marc Anthony appeared on stage, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell
Pavilion was filled with energy.
As we all know, the Astros have treated Houston well over the years, bringing many Central Division Championships in the last few years (we've won three straight now). This is the year it all unravels.