- Who will win the Iowa Caucuses?
- Who will win the New Hampshire primaries?
- Who will win the Democratic nomination?
- Who will win the Republican nomination?
- What will be the biggest surprise during primary season?
Iowa goes to Huckabee, Romney is left to spin the results.
NH goes to McCain, Romney holds out for Michigan.
Huckabee takes Michigan with McCain in 2nd.
Huckabee takes SC, McCain finishes distant second with Romney and Thompson tied for third. Fred Thompson drops the race short of Super Tuesday. Romney holds out for Super Tuesday. Rudy has yet to make any movement.
Rudy/Huck statistically tie for 1st in Florida, breathing life into Rudy's campaign just before Super Tuesday.
Super Tuesday winners are Rudy, Huckabee, McCain. Romney drops the race.
Ultimately, McCain drops the race, endorses Huckabee. Huckabee gets the nod and McCain looks for the VP nod.
John Edwards sends a shock through the nation in Iowa, coming out on top.
Edwards' surge in Iowa translates into votes in NH, where he finishes statistically tied for 1st with Clinton, Obama finishes 2nd.
Clinton wins in Michigan and Nevada, with Edwards securing 2nd place finishes, Obama just behind but slipping in the polls.
Edwards' surge rallies his support in his home-state, and he takes the win in SC, Clinton claiming second, Obama third.
Clinton's poll numbers begin to slip, but she manages to take Florida, Edwards finishes second on the wave of momentum, and Obama finishes third.
Super Tuesday goes to Clinton overwhelmingly, with a surprise strong 2nd place finish by John Edwards. Obama drops the race, endorses Hillary (in hopes of getting the VP nod).
My guess is based on polling trends, and a little hope for dumb luck.