Otherwise, it's the equations describing the resulting currents, such as Ohm's law, and the Kirchhoff and Thevenin relationships that are important to understanding and designing circuits.

You keep looking for flaws in the analogies, and there will always be flaws, since they indeed are analogies.

To know exactly what happens to the electrons, you need to study quantum electronics.

When you done that, that get back to us with your questions.

Otherwise you are just trolling us.