‎2012 Presidential Election Electoral College Map Projection for August 21st, 2012.

Revised ( 7 of 21) Electoral Map Projection of the 2012 presidential election, based on mundane political contest horary: “Obama vs. GOP Nominee: Who will win X – battleground state?” With 270 electoral votes needed to win, the campaign will be fought in the battleground states of Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin — a total of 151 electoral votes up for grabs. Based on the latest forecast, the presumptive GOP Nominee Mitt Romney has pulled ahead of the President by an additional 10 electoral votes with Wisconsin going from Blue to Red.

Tide Turning In Wisconsin: President Barack Obama only holds a single-digit lead in Wisconsin after Mitt Romney selected Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate, according to a new CNN/ORC International survey.

Romney’s selection of the seven-term congressman from Wisconsin has helped turn the battleground state from “lean Obama” to true “toss-up” on CNN’s electoral map. This is a significant change in the presidential race. Therefore it is appropriate at this point handicap  the political contest with a mundane horary, Wisconsin: Obama vs. Romney?
According to Intrade – the worlds largest predictions market,  Obama has over a 77% chance of winning Wisconsin in November, therefore he is the Favorite and Romney is the Underdog.

Using the rules of political contest horary the House designation and their significators are as follows:

1st House: Obama Campaign – Saturn
7th House: Romney Campaign – The Sun
10th House: The Electoral College Delegates – Mars
The Moon: The Electorate

Saturn rules the Obama’s campaign and is placed in the cadent 9th House, a significator of weakness for the President. However Saturn is dignified being in his sign of exaltation an indication that the President is expected to win the state by the political establishment, and will continue to allocate significant campaign money and resources to defend it.

Cancer is on the 7th House cusp. Since the Moon already rules the electorate, we move over to the next sign – Leo, to signify the Underdog.  Therefore the Sun rules the Romney’s campaign. The Sun is strongly placed in the 7th House and dignified in his sign, an augury that Romney’s voter base will continue to gain strength in the Badger State. Mars ruler of the 10th House separates from Saturn and sextiles the Sun, an auspicious testimony for the former Governor.

Finally the Moon, which rules the Wisconsin electorate,  is in the sign of Leo and receive and applies to the Sun by conjunction. A compelling testimony of victory for  Governor, that signifies an upset for the Democrats come November.

Astrologer Gary Lorentzen has found that the opening of the polls at 12:01 AM in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire is the is one of the best methods to predict the outcome. Since the presidential election is an electoral college contest based on the voter results of individual we can speculate what battleground states will be the tipping point state that will decide the election.

The Astro*Carto*Graphy Map of the Dixville Notch Vote above shows that A*C*G* Saturn line moving directly through Madison, indicating that Wisconsin will be an important state that will provide a significant return in invest in the 2012 election. In mundane astrology Saturn rules government programs, budgetary issues, and bread and butter issues.  Therefore Medicare, the role and size of the Federal government along with other entitlement programs will be in the spotlight the Wisconsin election campaign and will be a major factor in the final outcome.

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