Some people have Oscar picks or March Madness brackets; I have the primaries and Supreme Court nominees.
Here are my predictions for the majority of votes in select Michigan counties tomorrow, in approximate geographic order east to west (“select” here means “counties I have lived, worked, or spent a great deal of time in”):
Wayne: Clinton, but her margin over Sanders will be narrower than is currently expected.
Oakland: Clinton, by a landslide.
Genessee: Sanders. Snyder made sure it’d be a Democrat, and the least slick-looking one of the bunch at that.
Hillsdale: Rand Paul write-in.
Washtenaw: Sanders, by a landslide.
Jackson: Cruz/Rubio split, but which one comes out on top will depend on the direction of the breeze.
Calhoun: Trump, narrowly.
Kalamazoo: Sanders, but the margin will be narrower than is currently expected.
Van Buren: Cruz and Rubio together earn more votes than Trump, but split them so that Trump takes a plurality.
Allegan: Trump, narrowly.
Barry: Trump, excessively.
Kent: Clinton, believe it or not.
Mecosta: Trump, with a weird-looking blob of Sanders votes just over the southern border.