The Daily Rundown | November 03, 2012
>>> i wanted to know whether we kault call you governor ventics ra or governor the body.
>> well, actually, tom, i've changed that. i'm no longer the body, i'm jesse "the mind" ventura .
>> it was this day in 1998 when former professional wrestler shocked the world when he won a third-party victory in the state minnesota deep. norm coleman and hubrert hubrert humphrey, ii. let's bring back our panel. i'll start with you, if you had a surprise that you think ventura asked that could come, and i'll tell you, on the monday before the election, ventura in tracking polls was coming but he was still in third place.
>> i think we all know the latino vote is important. i think it's going to be a margin of victory and will reshape politics in colorado, nevada, florida and north carolina . and it could be the margin in several or even all four of those states which, in --
>> the president says it will be one or two of those because of the latinos.
>> it will reshape politics in those states.
>> verona, what do you have?
>> i don't know if this is venturaesque, but i think there's a chance that the house could go democrat.
>> that would shock the world. you know what, i applaud the bold list.
>> i'm going bold. i'll tell you why. conventional wisdom says when the economies go, it should favor incumbents. people just being completely disillusioned with congress and that has a tight correlation incumbent ups ets.
>> mine is something that should not be a surprise. we have a record number of women running in the house and senate this year. women make up only 17 percent of the house and the senate. prediction here, surprising, it will be truly the year of the woman in 2012 and that women will increase that percentage about 17%.
>> i promise you, in the senate, it will be at least 20 percent and maybe 21 or 22.
>>> you love the unforseen.
>> i've got a new surprise. my surprise will be if she's right. [ laughter ] my surprise is not so much a surprise, but something to keep your eye on. i think republicans across the country are going to tighten their holds on state capitals or state legislatures with long-time conservatives. it ee's how you spend education money, it's a tertiary that we don't talk about a lot. it changes the political endskap.
>> and it certainly does the issue of governing. i'm just going to say that we'll have at least two states uncalled by 4:00 a.m . and we're going to be hanging -- you know, brian williams is going to hand it directly to matt lauer . we're just going to keep blowing through our shameless plugs. errol?
>> if you want to know anything that's going on with the effects of the storm, you have to watch ny1.
>> okay, my monday column on time.com about what the markets are going to do if romney wins and if obama wins and it's not what you think.
>> for the women's perspective, and the year of the woman.
>> it's going to be a bigger one than people realize in the sfat.
>> my guess is that by wednesday morning, a lot of the country is going to say we went through all of this for this?
>> $6 billion. my shameless plug is to anna anna tuman, her brother, he had gas in his car. thank you very much. that's it for this special prime time edition of the special daily run down. we're going to see you here on monday at our regular time. a special