The countdown begins. Will the Democrats take over the House? Will the GOP pick up more seats in the Senate? Will the Democrats sweep in the governor races?

We will provide updates as they come in as many tight races on the east coast could provide some early clues as to who will come out on top and the tone of the 2020 presidential race.

Senate Races

Arizona: Rep. Martha McSally (R) vs. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D)

Polls close at 9PM ET.

Florida: Gov. Rick Scott (R) vs. Sen. Bill Nelson (D)

Indiana: former Rep. Mike Braun (R) vs. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D)

GOP flips a seat in the Senate!

Most of the polls in Indiana close at 6PM ET. The polls around Chicago and the southwest corner close at 7PM ET.

Well…this sucks. It will be ending soon, though:

*6:43PM ET

1% of the polls have reported and Braun has the lead with 60.6%. this number will change a lot as the Democrat-heavy parts report.

Michigan: John James (R) vs. Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D)

Stabenow held on and won. James had the lead for awhile.

Polls close at 8PM ET.

Missouri: Attorney General Josh Hawley (R) vs. Sen. Claire McCaskill (D)

Fox News has projected that Hawley will beat McCaskill. Another gain in the Senate for the GOP.

Polls close at 8PM ET.

Montana: Auditor Martin Rosendale (R) vs. Sen. Jon Tester (D)

Polls close at 10PM ET.

Nevada: Sen. Dean Heller (R) vs. Rep. Jacky Rosen (D)

Polls close at 10PM ET.

New Jersey: Bob Hugin (R) vs. Sen. Bob Menendez (D)

Polls close at 8PM ET.

*8:40PM ET

Well that didn’t take long to reach this result. Scandal-ridden Menendez has won re-election.

North Dakota: Rep. John Cramer (R) vs. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D)

To no one’s shock, Heitkamp loses in North Dakota. GOP grabs another seat.

Most of the polls close at 10PM ET.

Ohio: Rep. Jim Renacci (R) vs. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D)

*7:58PM ET

NBC News has called it for Brown.

Polls close at 7:30PM ET.

Tennessee: Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R) vs. former Gov. Phil Bredesen (D)

Looks like Blackburn will come out victorious. Sorry, Taylor Swift.

Polls close at 8PM ET.

Texas: Sen. Ted Cruz (R) vs. Rep. Robert O’Rourke (D)

Robert O’Rourke has lost and Cruz gets another term.

Majority of polls close at 8PM ET.

West Virginia: Attorney General Patrick Morrisey (R) vs. Sen. Joe Manchin (D)

Manchin has won re-election.

Polls close at 7:30PM ET.

Governor Races

Georgia: Secretary of State Brian Kemp (R) vs. former Rep. Stacey Abrams

Polls close at 7PM ET.

Florida: former Rep. Ron DeSantis (R) vs. Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum (D)

DeSantis has won over Gillum.

*7:39PM ET

It’s still close, but Gillum has the lead.

Most of the polls close at 7PMET. The rest of the panhandle close at 8PM ET.

Michigan: Attorney General William Schuette (R) vs. former Rep. Gretchen Whitmer (D)

The Democrats have flipped this.

Nevada: Attorney General Adam Laxalt (R) vs. Steve Sisolak (D)

Polls close at 10PM ET.

Ohio: Attorney General Mike DeWine (R) vs. Richard Cordray (D)

DeWine has defeated Cordray, who is Warren’s protege.

Polls close at 7:30PM ET.

Wisconsin: Gov. Scott Walker (R) vs. Tony Evers (D)

House Races

Democrats need to flip 23 seats to get to the 218 seat threshold for control.

We do not have a set list of House races to watch, but we will update here when important results come in and overall numbers become clear.

Florida 26th District

Incumbent GOP Rep. Carlos Curbelo has conceded to Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, another Democrat pickup.

Florida 27th District

Significant pickup for the Democrats as Democrat Donna Shalala wins this district.

Virginia 10th District

Democratic state Sen. Jennifer Wexton has unseated incumbent Republican Rep. Barbara Cornstock in this closely watched race.

Kentucky District 6

The GOP keeps the seat, delivering a huge blow to the Democrats.

*6:48PM ET

This looks like it’s going to be a very close race because CNN just reported that Democrat candidate Amy McGrath has the lead with 49%.

*6:44PM ET

This is a heavy Trump district and Democrats have thought that if they can flip this district, it may show a favorable ending for them in the House.

As of now with 1% reporting, Rep. Andy Barr has a 51.9% lead.


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