At PostPartisan today, I did a quick post on some of the pundit spin to ignore tonight. I also participated in some punditing of my own, participating in the Post's prediction panel. I just wish I had seen today's Gallup numbers (with Romney's lead down sharply) before filling it out; I decided to play some longshots, and picked Romney to actually win everywhere but Tennessee and Georgia. Let me explain a bit, if you don't mind...there appear to be (base on the polls) five sure things, with Romney winning in MA, VT, VA, and ID, and Newt in GA. I think Romney is going to win OH. In the other four states, the polling doesn't tell us what will happen; there's no polling in AK and ND, very little in OK, and polling shows a close three way race in TN. So I guessed Romney in three of those question marks. My real stab is OK. Nate Silver's model shows Santorum as a 93% near-lock, but that's based on really just two polls late last week. If Santorum really did collapse a bit after MI/AZ and WA, it's very possible that either Romney or even Newt could win it. So I took a stab.
Meanwhile, I wrote a column at TNR defending caucuses, and mostly defending parties. I like how it turned out, so check it out if you're interested in political parties.
I'll be writing a Super Tuesday wrap at some point over at Greg's place later, and might do a follow-up here if I have more to say. I do love an election day!