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Senate Election Results

Senate Election Results

UPDATES: Republicans Net +8 — McConnell (KY), Caputo (WV), Cotton (AR), Rounds (SD), Gardner (CO), Daines (MT), Perdue (GA), Roberts (KS), Ernst (IA), Tillis (NC) , Sullivan (AK) win // LA to runoff

We will be covering the main contested Senate elections (all poll closing times in Eastern time):

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And Yes, for those of you late to the game, we did set off the Fireworks and Music:

Fireworks November 2014 Election Night

Kentucky — McConnell Wins

Race called as soon as polls closed.


Was not expected to be close, but Fox reporting closer than expected.


New Hampshire

West Virginia

Was not expected to be close, and it wasn’t. Shelley Moore Caputo won, representing a flip of a seat.

North Carolina




South Dakota







The race hasn’t been called as of 8 a.m. Eastern, but I’m giving it to Sullivan.



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Flyover Conservative | November 4, 2014 at 7:07 pm

Going to be dicey here in Kansas for Roberts. Brownback in more danger here to lose governorship. Repubs too complacent early on.

Oklahoma has two senate seats up for reelection. Coburn is retiring due to health. The Republican running is James Lankford, who is in the House.

    OneVoiceInAmerica in reply to Liz. | November 5, 2014 at 2:56 am

    Lankford’s no firebrand that’s for sure, but we have some time to get someone with a stronger spine lined up for the next full term. We traded up in District 5 with Rep. Steve Russell.

    Wishing all liberals a Happy Hump Day! 😉
    Lean Forward!

Not A Member of Any Organized Political | November 4, 2014 at 7:27 pm

FYI – thinking about the Dems losing the Senate……

Obama Will Leave the Democrats in Shambles

By Michael Barone – November 4, 2014

“Black crowds unexpectedly started walking out before he finished talking at recent events in Prince George’s County, Maryland, and Milwaukee.

“Meanwhile, the thrill is clearly gone among two groups that backed him heavily in 2008 and 2012, and which will inevitably be larger parts of the electorate in the future: Hispanics and Millennials.

“Those who said they were definitely voting favored Republicans over Democrats 51 to 47 percent. This among a group that voted 66 percent and 60 percent for Obama in 2008 and 2012.

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Here in NC the airwaves were have been flooded with Kay Hagan’s class-warfare ads for months. “Tax cuts for the rich”…etc. They falsely portrayed Tillis as cutting teacher pay when he actually raised it. But hey, I guess the “big lie” still works, hey Adolph?

Long night in CA. The polls don’t even close until 11 pm EST. I don’t think there will be much news, here, so I am watching the eastern seaboard.

I moved out of my home state of Illinois in 2007. I’ve watched from the sidelines in dismay at USA and IL state “elections” ever since.

Durbin re-elected in IL.


Guess they are going full blown commie there. Sad really.
I hope Ernst wins Iowa.

Saying prayers for R victory wherever possible!

cheers from Auckland

The most important thing about this election is not to get stuck on results. Obama is readying amnesty and Holder just had a document dump. Both should be frontage news tomorrow.

I am going out to CELEBRATE ! Its going to be a GREAT day tomorrow ! Two years of eating popcorn !

maybe +9

Please God … don’t let them elect McConnell majority leader.

    gasper in reply to walls. | November 5, 2014 at 12:17 am

    You know they will. And Boehner will be re-elected House Speaker. And they will both want to be “reasonable” so the press won’t say nasty things about them. And all this could be for naught. They have no fire in their gut for things that require boldness. I’m pleased with tonight’s results, but not overly optimistic about the next two years.

    Midwest Rhino in reply to walls. | November 5, 2014 at 12:31 am

    Beckel commented that they have a big enough majority in the house now, to just ignore the (extremist racist) tea party gang.

    Sadly, that may be what Boehner will do, even more than before.

Fireworks, dancing dinosaur, Tiny Tim ukele music… AND the Dems lost the Senate! It’s a Legal Insurrection miracle!

Roberts put on a fine campaign for the last several weeks and it seems his coattails carried Brownback, too.

Harry Reid on suicide watch? Naw. His religion teaches that he would be sent straight to the place that Nancy Pelosi came from!

JackRussellTerrierist | November 5, 2014 at 2:50 am

WTH is going on at the VA SoS’s office? The numbers haven’t moved for about 3 hours now. Are the ‘rats holding back until more numbers are in so they can dump their fraudulent ballots in the needed number at the very last moment?

In Alaska, with 55% of precincts reporting, Sullivan is up 5.5 pts. over Begich. Dunno how big those precincts are, though.

JackRussellTerrierist | November 5, 2014 at 3:12 am

VA numbers still not moving. Something wrong going on? It’s been around 4 hours now since their numbers moved.

Sullivan now up 5.7 over Begich with 74% of precincts in for Alaska.

JackRussellTerrierist | November 5, 2014 at 3:28 am

Fox and AP saying it looks like a Sullivan win in Alaska, but nobody calling it yet and Begich not conceding. Sullivan lead has opened to 6 pts.

JackRussellTerrierist | November 5, 2014 at 4:31 am

Something’s starting to stink like 3-day old fish in VA. All their House races are in, no changes, 100% precincts reporting.

VA didn’t have a gubernatorial race this year, so the only thing left is senator.

How can 100% of precincts be reporting their House and whatever else is on the ballot, but they aren’t moving any numbers, including the precincts in number, for going on five hours.

Okay, just checked the VA Election dept.. They have a message about a server failure and give an alternate link. That link shows 99.65 of precincts reporting with Warner in the lead by about 17k votes which translates to .77 lead for Warner. If Warner can cheat just a bit, he can avoid a runoff. You can then click here and see that, with one or two additions, the precincts not yet reporting, which looks like a hundred or more, are now counting only PROVISIONAL ballots. So there’s the answer. Vote fraud manufacturing up to and past the number needed. Looks like the ‘rats are stealing another one.

Why were the ballots tallied in all VA’s other races?