Posted by on November 6, 2018 12:00 am
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WINS AS OF 11/7/18 10amEDT

AZ: Sinema vs McSally TOO CLOSE
FL: Nelson vs ScottTOO CLOSE
IN: Mike Braun
MI: Debbie Stabenow
MN snr: Amy Klobuchar
MN jnr: Tina Smith
MO: Josh Hawley
MS: runoff 11/27,  Espy vs Hyde-Smith
MT: Tester vs Rosendale – TOO CLOSE
ND: Kevin Kramer
NJ: Bob Menendez
NV: Jacky Rosen
OH: Sherrod Brown
TN: Marsha Blackburn
TX: Ted Cruz
VA: Tim Kaine
VT: Bernie Sanders
WV: Joe Manchin

AK: Mike Dunleavy
CT: Ned Lamont
FL: Ron DeSantis
GA: Stacey Abrams vs Brian KempTOO CLOSE
IL: J.B. Pritzker
IW : Kim Reynolds
KS: Laura Kelly
ME: Janet Mills
MI: Gretchen Whitmer
NM: Michelle Lujan Grisham
NV: Steve Sisolak
OH: Mike DeWine
OR: Kate Brown
WI: Tony Evers

TOP HOUSE RACES TO WATCH (with incumbent)
AZ-01Tom O’Halleran
AZ-02Ann Kirkpatrick
CA-10Mark Desaulnier
CA-21David Valadao
CA-22Devin Nunes
CA-25: Stephen Knight (R) vs Katie Hill (D) – TOO CLOSE
: Mimi Walters (R) vs Katie Porter – TOO CLOSE
CA-48Harley Rouda
CA-49Mike Levin
CO-06Jason Crow
FL-26Debbie Mucarsel-Powell
FL-27Donna Shalala
GA-06: Headed for recount
Dave Loebsack
IL-06Sean Casten
IL-14Lauren Underwood
IL-17Cheri Bustos
IW-01Abby Finkenauer
IW-03Cindy Axne
KS-03Sharice Davids
MI-11Hally Stevens
MN-01: too close to call
MN-02: Angie Craig
MN-03Dean Phillips
MN-07Collin Peterson
MN-08Pete Stahber
NH-01Chris Pappas
NJ-02Jeff van Drew
NJ-05Josh Bottheimer
NJ-07Tom Malinowski
NJ-11Mikie Sherrill (in a Trump district!)
NV-02Mark Amodei
NV-03Susie Lee
NV-04Steven Horsford
NY-11Max Rose
NY-18Sean malonet
NY-19Antonio Delgado
NY-22Anthony Brindisi
NY-24John Katko
OK-05Kendra Horn
PA-05Mary Gay Scanlon
PA-06Christy Houlihan
PA-07Susan Wild
PA-14Guy Reschenthaler
PA-17Conor Lamb
TX-07Lizzy Fletcher
TX-23Will Hurd
TX-32Colin Allred
UT-04: Mia Love (R) vs Ben McAdams (D)  – TOO CLOSE
VA-02:  Elaine Luria 
VA-07Abigail Spanberger
VA-10: Jennifer Wexton
WA-08: Dino Rossi (R) vs Kim Schrier – STILL COUNTING
WI-03: Ron Kind

A GREAT night for Dems. We have the House. We grabbed a slew of Governors’ mansions. And yeah, Beto didn’t win, but his coattails turned a big swath of Texas blue!

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12:53amEDT: Michigan voters on Tuesday approved legalized marijuana for recreational use.

11:23pmEDT: For the first time, over 100 women have been elected to the house.

11: 10pmEDT: MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace said it best: the Democrats’ takeover of the House will bring a “Blue Earthquake” to Capitol Hill and all of Washington.

10:22pmEDT: Teagan Goddard says, “Yes, it’s a blue wave!

10:21pmEDT: NBC projects Democrats will control the House, GOP will retain control of the Senate.

10:08pmEDT: Republican Kevin Kramer defeats Heidi Heitkamp to win Kansas Senate seat, and NBC projects Ted Cruz as winner in Texas over Beto O’Rourke. Meanwhile, Dems keep flipping seats in the house.

9:58pmEDT: Kris Kobach, vote suppressor and race-baiter extraordinaire, LOSES KS-Gov!

9:50pmEDT: A big pickup in Kansas – Democrat Sharice Davids becomes the first Native American woman to serve in the House.

9:40pmEDT: FOX News calls the House of Representatives for the Democratic Party.

9:38pmEDT: Dems pick up newly created PA-17 with Conor Lamb’s victory.

9:24pmEDT: NY Times calls Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez winner in NY-14; she becomes the youngest woman ever elected to the House of Representatives. MSNBC reports Dems have flipped another House seat (PA-05).

9:05pmEDT: Florida’s Amendment 4, which would restore voting rights to former felons, looks to have passed.

8:33pmEDT: Sen. Bob Menendez easily reelected in NJ; Florida is still a nail-biter.

8:30pmEDT: In case you missed it, the Louisville Courier Journal: reports Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who went to jail for denying same-sex marriage licenses, loses her state re-election bid.

8:15pmEDT: Florida has turned into a nail-biter. Not surprising. James Carville, on MSNBC, is saying this will not be a full-blown “blue wave” given the Florida situation.

7:58pmEDT: MSNBC calls FL-27 for Democrat Donna Shalala.

7:30-pmEDT MSNBC calls VA-10 for Democrat Jennifer Wexton, defeating incumbent Barbara Comstock.

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