Not at all informed.
I assume that the Republicans will do well.
But in some red states (such as California), the Dems will continue to do very well as usual.
So I guess that those so-called purple states may cast the deciding vote.
If Team Biden could find some way to preserve Ukraine's integrity and some way to, uh, "retire" that Kremlin monster, a lot of people -- including me -- would vote Democratic out of sheer gratitude.
That is mostly correct.
In the House, there are some 50 to 80 really close seats (out of 435) who will decide the election there.
Many in purple states.
In the Senate, 35 of 100 seats are up for election in November, but only 10 of the 35 will be competitive:
NV, AZ, WI, OH, PA, NH, MO, NC, GA and FL.
Basically all of those states are purple states, or swing states, or used to be in the past 20 years.
The Governor races are harder to predict, because it really depends on the job each governor does. Most governors have good approval ratings and will hardly be defeated. Open seats are often pickup opportunities, such as in Arizona, where the Republican governor has served 2 terms and is retiring. Dems could pick it up.
Republicans could pick up Kansas for example.