With all the election predictions going on, we thought it would be a good idea to get a sense of where the RedState editors and contributors are at on the election. So here they are:

Erick Erickson, Former Editor in Chief of RedState

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? 48% for Hillary, 42% for Trump
  • What is the electoral college tally? 322 for Clinton, 216 for Trump
  • One election surprise to look for? Pat Toomey winning re-election
  • Final thoughts? We’re screwed for another four years.

Caleb Howe, Managing Editor 

  • Who will win the election? Vladimir Putin
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? 47% for Hillary, 42% for Trump. And DOOOOM.
  • What is the electoral college tally? 297 for Clinton, 241 for Trump.
  • One election surprise to look for? Gov. Pat McCrory winning re-election.
  • Final thoughts? The biggest surprise is that the prediction is remotely difficult. Hillary had this walking away until she reminded people that she is Hillary Clinton and not just “not Trump.” What voters need to remember tomorrow, though, is that the most important races are down the ticket, and despite the failures of party leadership, there are good, hard-working, conservative Republican candidates across the country who deserve your vote. Don’t let them, and America, down.Or else, you know, DOOOOOOOOM!!!!

Jay Caruso, Assistant Managing Editor 

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? 47% for Hillary, 42% for Trump
  • What is the electoral college tally? 312 for Clinton, 226 for Trump
  • One election surprise to look for? GOP maintains control of the Senate.
  • Final thoughts? It’s depressing. Looking at what a horrid candidate, Hillary Clinton is, I can’t but help to think what could have been? The GOP could have won with almost any other candidate and yes, that includes Ted Cruz, who some people foolishly say is no different than Donald Trump. It was almost a gimme and the GOP, particularly Reince Priebus and people who voted for Trump in the primaries, blew it.

Dan Spencer, Senior Contributing Editor

  • Who will win the election? Donald Trump
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? 48.5% for Trump, 48% for Hillary
  • What is the electoral college tally? 270 for Trump, 268 for Hillary
  • One election surprise to look for? Florida
  • Final thoughts? It all depends on Florida.

Joe Cunningham, Senior Contributing Editor

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? 52% for Hillary, 46% for Trump
  • What is the electoral college tally? 281 for Hillary, 257 for Trump
  • One election surprise to look for? Senate goes 50 Democrats, 50 Republicans
  • Final thoughts? It’a still not Christmas yet. Celebrate Thanksgiving first, you damn commies.

Neil Stevens, Senior Contributing Editor 

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? 48% for Hillary, 45% for Trump
  • What is the electoral college tally? 297 for Hillary, 242 for Trump
  • One election surprise to look for? Arizona
  • Final thoughts? I’m staying home

Streiff, Senior Contributing Editor

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? 52% for Hillary, 46% for Trump
  • What is the electoral college tally? 278 for Hillary, 260 for Trump
  • One election surprise to look for? GOP keeps the Senate
  • Final thoughts?

Bill S, Senior Contributing Editor

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? 49% for Hillary, 46% for Trump
  • What is the electoral college tally? 310 for Hillary, 228 for Trump
  • One election surprise to look for? Jesus descending from on high to make the entire thing irrelevant
  • Final thoughts? I am still, as before, #NeverTrump

Kimberly Ross, Senior Contributing Editor 

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? Hillary 49%, Trump 46%
  • What is the electoral college tally? 296 for Hillary, 242 for Trump
  • One election surprise to look for? Trump accepts his loss with grace, dignity, and without using the word “tremendous”.
  • Final thoughts? No matter who wins, let’s learn from this year, conservatives. Demand better.

Susan Wright, Contributor 

  • Who will win the election? DOOOOOOOOM (Actually, Hillary. Same thing?)
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? Low 50’s for Hillary
  • What is the electoral college tally? 270 for Hillary, 262 for Trump, 6 for McMullin
  • One election surprise to look for? Republicans hold the Senate
  • Final thoughts? Other than a blocked path for the two top parties, there was going to be no way to save this nation from the dire mistakes of this election season.

Andrea Ruth, Contributor 

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? Hillary 48%, Trump 43.5%
  • What is the electoral college tally? 312 for Hillary, 216 for Trump
  • One election surprise to look for? Republicans hold the Senate
  • Final thoughts? #SMOD2016

Patterico, Contributor

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? Hillary 51%, Trump 49%
  • What is the electoral college tally? 275 for Hillary, 263 for Trump
  • One election surprise to look for? Trump’s strength will surprise many.
  • Final thoughts? I think the GOP will hold the Senate but it will be close.

Mickey White, Contributor

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? Hillary 48%, Trump 48%
  • What is the electoral college tally? 360 for Hillary, 178 for Trump
  • One election surprise to look for? GOP holds the Senate
  • Final thoughts? When the dust settles if we (GOP) hold Congress, it will be the real victory.

Kira Davis, Contributor

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? Trump 58% Hillary whatever is left. I don’t like math.
  • What is the electoral college tally? Oh man…I don’t know.
  • One election surprise to look for? Trump’s numbers among minority voters
  • Final thoughts? Numbers aren’t my game, but my opinion is that Trump – win or lose – will be shown to be more popular than many “industry” folks think.

Jim Jamitis, Contributor

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? Hillary 49%, Trump 47%
  • What is the electoral college tally? 304 for Hillary, 234 for Trump
  • One election surprise to look for? Amie Hoeber unseating Democrat Congressman John Delaney in MD-6
  • Final thoughts? This is all just a wild ass guess unless I turn out to be right.

Thomas Crown, Former SuperEditor/Contributor/Kraken:

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • >What will the popular vote percentage be? 47% for Hillary, 43% for Trump
  • What is the electoral college tally? 289 for Clinton, 249 for Trump (but a Clinton blowout wouldn’t shock me)/li>
  • One election surprise to look for? Trump expands the map HAHAHA OK, for reals, Trump wins the Bush states HAHAHA OK, no seriously, Evan McMullin wins Utah HAHAHAHA OK, no, this time I’m serious, some smart-aleck uses “OK” in an election-related post a lot and a handful of pedants on Twitter don’t realize why he would./li>
  • Final thoughts? We should have rallied behind SMOD sooner.

Roy Batty, Prodigal Son

  • Who will win the election? Hillary Clinton
  • What will the popular vote percentage be? Hillary 48%, Trump 42.5% (both solely on the basis of party members Rooting for Laundry)
  • What is the electoral college tally? Clinton 322, Trump 216 (though I’ve flirted with close to 400 for Clinton)
  • One election surprise to look for? Trump doing better than expected in one key state (PA or FL)
  • Final thoughts? Roy, a former contributing editor (under a different name) offers the following detailed observation:
  • There are several real losers in this election. One is America as a whole, which will be saddled with a president who was second-least popular candidate, and one of the least qualified people altogether, in the history of our Republic.Losers like Ace Of Spades are another, as their consciences are so disturbed by their Trump support that they direct every bit of vitriol they can muster at those who have made their own moral choice this election, in hopes that if just one more holdout compromises their own conscience and morality, it may give them some desperately needed (yet unattainable) absolution.

    The biggest losers, though, are those Christians who accepted people as their leaders who have been revealed over the last year to be some of the most craven and power-hungry lechers that our society has to offer. When a serial adulterer demanded that America’s religious leaders (and Ralph Reed) kiss his ring, they raced each other to see who could plant the biggest, wettest kiss on it the fastest, demanding that their flocks support a non-Christian, socially liberal, pro-abortion, anti-family radical in the name of Christ, social conservatism, life, and the family. My hope is that America’s Christians wake up tomorrow with the scales that have been in their eyes lying on the pillow beside them, and begin what will be long and painful process of repentance and atonement in hopes of somehow, some day reclaiming the immortal souls they spent the better part of the last year selling.