Day of Decision
The Democrats will take a slim majority in the House - maybe ten seats, maybe fifteen, but probably not more than that. They will also take a razor-thin majority in the Senate - one or two seats.
Many races will end very closely, and the lawyers will be working overtime to sue their favorite candidate into office.
Allegations of voter fraud will be rampant. No matter who wins, the other side will scream about cheating.
Dems win, taxes go up, economy slows down, investigations into/possible impeachment of the President.
Now along about Wednesday or so, we'll see how I did.
I'm also interested in seeing if any of the super-tight races (according to current polling) wind up being blow-outs for one side or the other. See, as much as we talk about the big national issues and party implications, Congressional elections tend to be very local affairs. Everyone agrees that Congress is doing a bad job . . . except for my guy, of course. So we'll see if the power of incumbency makes any sort of difference this time around.
Still, I sense a mood of profound disgust out there among the public. They don't like what's been going on, they're tired of the partisan nonsense, they want things to change. Which leads me to my final prediction: fairly low voter turn-out, even by mid-term election standards.