Voters are voting in Alabama and Mississippi (and Hawaii and American Samoa)!


Madison United Methodist Church precinct worker Bob Shirley, left, hands off a "I Voted" sticker to a voter in Madison, Miss., Tuesday, March 13, 2012. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Here’s what you need to do: In the comments section below, predict the order of finish — with percentages! — for the top three candidates in Mississippi and Alabama. As a tiebreaker, give us your total turnout number for Alabama.

Polls close in both states at 8 p.m. eastern time so any predictions made after that time won’t count. And, to be eligible to win, you must make your prediction in the comments section.

Need some guidance? Here’s the latest polling in Alabama and Mississippi. Now get to it!