Our political correspondent, Matthew F. King, says I should take the night off. "Have a bath, some wine, make love to your wife, turn off the TV. . . seriously," King advises. I'm not even supposed to watch 'The Daily Show.' What a tough customer. "You'll thank me later," he says.
Maybe King's right. But I can't resist sharing these links before things go dark:
"On the other hand, if there is any state where the polls might overestimate Obama's numbers, it's in New Hampshire, where nearly the entirely electorate is white and where Obama was famously upset by Hillary Clinton during the primaries. If McCain holds Obama to within about five points in New Hampshire—closer than any current polls—we may need to be worried about some sort of Bradley Effect."