Rove, considered the architect of President George Bush's victories in 2000 and 2004, predicted on his Web site Tuesday that Obama, a U.S. senator from Illinois, would win 338 Electoral College votes to 200 for GOP opponent Sen. John McCain of Arizona, CNN reported.
If correct, that would mark the largest Electoral College victory since 1996, when Democrat Bill Clinton defeated Republican Bob Dole in a 379-159 landslide.
The broadcaster said Rove tabbed Obama victories in nearly all the key battleground states, including virtually every state where polls indicated Obama was enjoying a slim advantage. The GOP strategist predicted Missouri would be the only crucial battleground state McCain would carry.
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