It's Better to Be Lucky Than Good Tomorrow, pundits can analyze why voters made the choices that they did. But don't count out the mysterious role of mojo. In the close Senate race in Virginia, Sen. George Allen has admitted being superstitious. WNBC 12 reports that Allen uses a special Election Day shampoo and toothpaste. (Not like he's going to tell Democrats the brand.) NPR's Adam Davidson is reporting from the GOP campaign party in Rhode Island that Republicans there take things very seriously: "A manager here at the Crowne Plaza said she's a total nervous wreck. One of the local channels is projecting a Democratic sweep here in Rhode Island. She said, 'Please, please, please let at least one Republican win. If nobody wins they'll never come back here again. They're so superstitious...'"