If Guliani ends up running against Hillary in the presidential election, how do you figure the electoral votes for New York will go? Typically NY goes Democrat, and NYC is certainly very simpatico with Hillary, but my sense from across the continent is that is that there's a lot of residual respect for Guliani from his mayor days and for his leadership on 9/11, that and his politics are a better fit with upstate. Seems like it would be a very tough battle, one that could consume a lot of candidate time and money. The mere fact of having to fight for NY could really hurt democrat chances in other parts of the country. If democrats actually lost NY could they overcome the electoral deficit?