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LIVE: Senate Election Results

LIVE: Senate Election Results

Updates as we have them

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1RklrwQ448 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkcH3y8UCmM

Thanks for joining us! Refresh often for the latest results. We’ll post as we have them. Questions, comments? Drop them in the comment section and I’ll do the best I can to answer them.

States are listed in alphabetical order.

Democrats need to pick 4 seats in order to regain control of the Senate.

Alaska

Still not called.

Alabama

This is a pickup for Republicans.

Arkansas

Arizona Special

This is a GOP loss, predictable one:

Colorado

This is just disappointing. This is a loss for Republicans with former Governor Hickenlooper knocking out Sen. Corey Gardner. Gardner was down and knew voting to confirm ACB might do him in, and he did it anyway. If there’s a way to go out, that’s it.

Delaware

Georgia

Obama boi Ossoff v. Perdue — likely won’t be called until Wednesday (at earliest) as Georgia has stopped counting ballots.

Georgia Special

Iowa

Idaho

Illinois

Kansas

Kentucky

Well, that was a waste of almost $90 million Democrat dollars.

Cocaine Mitch isn’t going anywhere unless he wants to.

Louisiana

Maine

Massachusetts

Michigan

This one hurts.

Mississippi

Montana

North Carolina

Looks like a Tillis win, but race still not called.

Nebraska

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

Oklahoma

Oregon

Rhode Island

South Carolina

That one was too close for comfort.

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Virginia

West Virginia

Wyoming

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Comments

Morning Sunshine | November 3, 2020 at 7:08 pm

Would you, when you update, clarify if they have swapped the party in that state?

The Friendly Grizzly | November 3, 2020 at 7:34 pm

I’m not understanding the Georgia Special. What’s happening?

    Colonel Travis in reply to The Friendly Grizzly. | November 3, 2020 at 7:44 pm

    Johnny Isakson was elected in 2016. He resigned in 2019. That seat normally wouldn’t have an election until 2022. But there was an appointed Senator for 2020, and under Georgia law, that appointed senator is up for her first election today. So are 50 billion other candidates because there is no primary. If no one gets 50%, then the top two vote getters today will run in ANOTHER election the first week of Jan. 2021. And then the winner of that will serve a six-year term.

    I think that’s how this mess works, maybe a Georgia Peach can correct any mistakes.

nordic_prince | November 3, 2020 at 7:37 pm

I hope we get rid of DickHead Durbin.

I’m in the Florida panhandle, aka LA (lower Alabama), and local news is saying Tommy Tuberville won in Al Senate race. Nationals aren’t calling it yet, so take that for what it’s worth.

Here that James won Michigan. Can’t find it, but this is great news

Looks like Tommy Tuberville won!

Interesting that they called Cornyn in Texas before the polls closed.

I think we are going to lose McSally. I think the net is going to be equal so we should still have a 3 person majority.

Why is it they deny to call States for Trump when the numbers are there?

Never a doubt.

Having serious second thoughts about moving to AZ now. Not because McSally lost (awful candidate) but because the Republicans there are as RINO as you get. Except for Paul Gosar who is rock solid. But that would be like moving to CA because of Devon Nunes. One good congressman can’t save a state.

Voting fraud aside, McSally in AZ will have the dubious distinction of having lost two different US Senate seats in a two year period (in both cases she was the iINCUMBENT). I don’t think that has ever happened before. Maybe now after having deliberately thrown away both Senate seats the AZ GOPe will stop trying to drag McSally across the finish line and try picking someone who is not guaranteed to lose?

McCain, Flake, McSally, Ducey – a veritable Murderer’s Row of GOPe buffoonery and incompetence.

Connivin Caniff | November 4, 2020 at 4:16 pm

Like I said in an earlier post, he Senate can stop a lot of things, but not an overwhelming deluge of illegal immigrants. It is over. Bye now, America.

Pasadena Phil, forget Arizona, come to Texas.

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