Yeah, I'm sure OP is planning to do nothing at all in the *8 months* between submitting the paper and the conference.
No results! lmao! what are you gonna present? a slide show of pictures of yourself?
OP, the people responding in this thread are idiots. This is fine. It would probably be good if you had some sort of preliminary results at least, but even if you don't it's not a big deal. ASA requires papers so far in advance that I think quite a few people do this.
You're probably more likely to end up at a roundtable than if you had some sort of results, but I've seen exceptions (though mostly for comp/historical where the historiography is often an important part of the analysis anyway). I've frequently seen people show up to roundtables with work that's basically still at the proposal stage, so do some work between now and August and you'll be ahead of that game.