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Will Mary Landrieu win? Come find out! (Melinda Deslatte/AP)

Today at 4:30 pm, I’ll be moderating a panel on the midterm elections.  It will include Amanda Cox, who helped develop the Upshot’s Senate forecasting model, Jennifer Duffy of the Cook Political Report, Harry Enten of 538 and Gary Jacobson of the University of California at San Diego. The panel is part of the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association here in Washington.  It will take place in the Marriott Hotel in Woodley Park, in the room called Salon 3.

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John Sides is an Associate Professor of Political Science at George Washington University. He specializes in public opinion, voting, and American elections.

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