Everybody's doing 'em.
I did a set for the midterm and, um, not so great. I was too conservative, guessing the Dems would win a "razor thin" majority in the House and miss the Senate by two. Well, I was okay with being wrong.
Nonetheless, here we go.
President: Obama. He'll win the Kerry states (231 votes) plus Ohio, Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, New Mexico, Colorado and Nevada. He won't get Georgia or West Virginia or that one vote in Nebraska. Indiana, North Dakota and Montana will be within five, closer than anyone would have believed possible a year ago, but still red.
Total score: 332. Popular vote: 53 - 46.
Senate: Dems pick up eight. I can't believe Al Franken will get in, and I don't see any of the three plausible Southern challengers going the distance -- which is a pity, because the Republicans in Kentucky and Georgia are particularly odious. (Georgia will be close, though. All those early voters.) My former classmate Scott Kleeb will make a decent showing in Nebraska, but he's up against an incredibly strong Republican candidate and will have a very tough time coming through.
House: really, just guessing here. Dems pick up twenty-four, making it 260 - 175. Nice round number.
One I know nothing about, but will be watching with interest: New York State Senate races. Dems are one seat away from flipping it, but the GOP is fighting back hard, and may hang on -- there's a (possibly valid) perception that if this goes, New York City will end up running everything. The State Senate has been the firewall against that since 1938, so if they do flip it really will be the end of an era.
Okay, those are mine. What have you got?