GLENN: Unbelievable. Now, before we get into this, Stu, I just saw a story on the news. Students in Florida are going on field trips. The teachers are taking them on field trips to go for early voting. Oh, I'm sure it's all about the learning process.
STU: Of course it is. Well, Glenn, I'm after the Joe the plumber interview, I'm feeling more hopeful. I'm getting a burst of hope in this election.
GLENN: I like this guy.
STU: I like him a lot. In fact, we're going to skip all the other stuff and skip right to the moment of hope.
VOICE: And now the moment of hope.
STU: There are four races we've been talking about that are must‑win in the Senate, two for ‑‑ GLENN: African‑American, African‑American... stop talking about race, Stu.
STU: Sorry. It is all about race, isn't it?
GLENN: Yes, it is.
STU: Well, two important polls that have come out. Rasmussen has Norm Coleman leading Al Franken by 4.
STU: I mean, please, please let that one happen. And also, Wicker in Mississippi is leading by 11 in the latest poll which is a big one. So we've got that. And you look at the presidential polls. All these 14‑point leads for Barack Obama are gone now. All the polls that have come out in the last day are ranging between 3 and 8 points, many of them within the margin of error. So this thing does seem to be tightening up a little.
GLENN: I will tell you that a listener just wrote in and said, "Glenn, you know, don't worry about this. Something always happens at the end to shake things up. Something off the wall and out of the blue will come." I don't know, finding out that the candidate that is in the lead doesn't really like the Constitution and thinks it should be changed and is a socialist, I don't know if we ‑‑ I mean, unless he becomes ‑‑ rips off his face and he shows that he is a lizard person, I don't think we could find out any more, do you?
STU: I doubt it. So let's skip here to the end here with this thing.
We project two more states in the presidential election with 100% accuracy. Today, New Hampshire for Barack Obama and Nebraska for John McCain. Our electoral vote count, that's official, 136 for McCain, 99 for Barack Obama.