I ask unanimous consent that we amend my proposal as previously read to exclude the 30% of the points allocated to picking the overall winner and instead allocate 100% of the points through the state-by-state picks. Hearing no objection, so ordered. I also ask unanimous consent to amend my proposal as previously read to remove the 12 state limitation for the purpose of providing more competition and excitement. Hearing no objection, so ordered.
Anyway, here are the picks I need. Pick the winner in each of these states (point values in parentheses):
Dem Primaries: CA(42), MA(17), NJ(17), MO(14), AL(12), AZ(12), CT(12), DE(9), UT(9)
Dem Caucuses: MN(14), CO(13), KS(10), NM(10), AK(9)
GOP Primaries: CA(39), GA(22), MO(19), TN(19), AL(18), OK(16)
GOP Caucuses: AK(14), ND(14), WV(14), MT(13), DE(12)
Pick well, because I wouldn't be surprised if this is our last round of picks on the Republican side. Speaking of that, I'm not sure how we'll decide when to stop making picks on either side. Any ideas?
Oh, and by the way, picks are due by midnight Tuesday.