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+ - The votemaster is back in town!

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DreamerFi writes "During the 2004 election, the electoral-vote.com Website tracked the state polls in all 50 states and presented a red/blue map of the U.S. updated every day. It drew 700,000 visitors a day and was in the top 1000 sites in the world. Now it is back, tracking the 2006 Congressional elections, with a red/blue map for the Senate, descriptions of all 33 Senate races and the top 40 House races, pictures of the candidates, a wealth of (polling) data available for download, and much more, The Votemaster is presumably still Andrew ("Andy") Tanenbaum, the author of five popular computer science textbooks, the creator of MINIX (the precursor to Linux), and the supervisor of the students who wrote the RFID virus that caused a media sensation) in March."

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