The Flappr War Room's Final Election Predictions

Who doesn't love a good prediction?

As election day looms, we thought it would be appropriate to lock in guesses to how we think Tuesday will unfold. Obviously, this being a right of center blog, run by people who identify as right of center, you're going to be able to guess who many of us think is going to win Tuesday's vote.


We obviously don't REALLLLY know what is going to happen on Tuesday. We're just normal, country-loving Americans. None of us are employed by any political campaign or party. We've all seen the same polls that you have, we all share some level of doubt - but most of us still cannot square up the polling data with what our eyes and our intuition tells us.


You see Trump fitting in as many rallies as he can, rushing from state to state and then back again. You see Biden doing as few rallies as possible and those rallies are usually sparsely attended and pathetic to watch. It feels like that SHOULD mean something, but maybe it doesn't.


We've all bore witness to the violence, looting, burning and rioting that engulfed major American cities this summer. We've seen businesses and communities suffer as a result of "peaceful protests" led by. . . well, far-left activists (Democrats). It feels like that SHOULD mean something, but maybe it doesn't.


We've all witnessed Joe Biden avoid answering questions, have moments where he can't remember where he is, why he's there and what office he's trying to win. We've seen Joe call lids before 10 am more often than not and avoid talking to the people. It feels like that SHOULD mean something, but maybe it doesn't.


The good news is that we're very close to finding out who will be the President of the United States for the next four years (or less if Biden wins). We won't have to guess any longer how this will shake out. There will be a winner and we can all begin to cope, no matter the outcome.


So without further ado, here is how the Flappr contributors see Tuesday shaking out, using maps generated on 270towin.com. It should be fun to see who is right and who is wrong and how right or how wrong we all were.


Enjoy, go vote if you haven't already and God Bless America.


Burnz (@astheworldburnz)

Soylord9001 (@Soylent_Lament)



1) The State that I'm not confident Trump will win (but I picked him to win it anyway): Pennsylvania 2) The State that I'm not confident Biden will win (but I picked him to win it anyway): Vermont 3) There is no way Trump wins this battleground state: California 4) There is no way Biden wins this battleground state: Michigan

5) I think the biggest upset state for President will be: Florida 6) I think the biggest shocker among the Senate races will be: ????


KYCocaineBear (@KyCocaineBear)




1) The State that I'm not confident Trump will win (but I picked him to win it anyway): No response. 2) The State that I'm not confident Biden will win (but I picked him to win it anyway): Minnesota. 3) There is no way Trump wins this battleground state: No response. 4) There is no way Biden wins this battleground state: Florida, Georgia, and Texas are all safe red.

5) I think the biggest upset state for President will be: If you ignore mail in voting and just look at in-person voting numbers Dade County is red. That's pretty spicy. 6) I think the biggest shocker among the Senate races will be: No response.



Mommypenny (@mommypenny1971)



1) which state least confident in? actually two, Ohio and Pennsylvania. I live on the border and honestly based on the people I've met lately, its about a 50/50 split. That being said I am hopeful there are enough people who will do the right thing.


2) which battleground states are a lock? I think all states are battleground states ultimately, but Florida is a lock and Texas is a lock in my opinion. I don't want to put all my eggs in the basket of "the silent majority" but I do think that this election isn't going down the way the "blue Crew" thinks it is.


3) which state will shock? this time around I think Michigan. they are just weird, I think its going red because their governor is a douche nozzle, but I cant swear to it.


4) what race will shock people? The human race.


5) what race will disappoint? again the Humans.


Pubes (@smubpublius)


1) The State that I'm not confident Trump will win (but I picked him to win it anyway): New Mexico. 2) The State that I'm not confident Biden will win (but I picked him to win it anyway): New Hampshire. 3) There is no way Trump wins this battleground state: Virginia. 4) There is no way Biden wins this battleground state: Ohio.

5) I think the biggest upset state for President will be: Minnesota. 6) I think the biggest shocker among the Senate races will be: Cory Gardner holding his seat.


JAC (@michcusejac5)



This is very likely the only map you will see in Flappr’s official predictions that shows Joe Biden winning. As the resident (election) doomer and contrarian it is only fitting. I am actually quite optimistic and pleasant about other things! To me, this election looks a lot more like 2012 than 2004.


Let me explain. In 2004, John Kerry was a dud just like Joe Biden and GWB expanded his coalition picking up 3 million more net votes and an additional state in the electoral college. Easy enough to see this comparison but I think 2012 is more accurate. In 2012, Obama was not a particularly popular president, he lost a ton of ground in the popular vote, and two closely contested states from 2008 (IN and NC) flipped back red. He was plagued by a terrible economic recovery from the Great Recession and a fairly unpopular agenda. Trump is similar in this regard as he is just about equally as unpopular as Obama (probably slightly more-so) and is plagued by the pandemic and millions of people being out of work. Those may not be his fault but the incumbent bears the burden.


Obama had such a huge head start with his 2008 landslide that he was able to weather the storm of losing millions of votes and multiple states and still win in 2012. Trump, given his narrow margin in many key states in 2016, has no such luxury. Though I am certainly hoping he channels that Trumpy magic and shocks the world yet again.


1) The State that I'm not confident Trump will win (but I picked him to win it anyway): North Carolina.


2) The State that I'm not confident Biden will win (but I picked him to win it anyway): Pennsylvania


3) There is no way Trump wins this battleground state: Wisconsin.