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1  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: Today at 11:44:10 am
President Lyndon Johnson seeks reelection tonight against Oregon senator Republican Mark Hatfield. Strom Thurmond is also running as an independent but he is not expected to gain a lot of traction. There are six states that have closed their polls right now. We can project that Mark Hatfield has won one state. Lyndon Johnson has carried Georgia. Hatfield Vermont. Thurmond carries no state so far.

Mark Hatfield
Vermont 3 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Georgia 12 electoral votes

Neither West Virginia nor Ohio can be projected though polls have closed in both of those states. Indiana will go to Mark Hatfield.

Mark Hatfield
Indiana 13 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson v. Mark Hatfield
President of the United States of America

We are moving fast with the election coverage. Fifteen states and the District of Columbia have just closed their polls. The District of Columbia will go for Lyndon Johnson. Alabama goes like it did four years ago for President Johnson. Lyndon Johnson at the top of the 8 o'clock hour also carries Massachusetts.

Lyndon Johnson
District of Columbia 3 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Massachusetts 14 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Alabama 10 electoral votes

Senator Hatfield is the winner in Maine and Oklahoma and Kansas and Nebraska.

Mark Hatfield
Maine 4 electoral votes

Mark Hatfield
Oklahoma 8 electoral votes

Mark Hatfield
Kansas 7 electoral votes

Mark Hatfield
Nebraska 5 electoral votes
Johnson: 39        Hatfield: 40        Thurmond: 0        270 to win

More to come after this.


election '68 coverage
2  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: March 30, 2015, 08:07:04 pm
1 o'clock EST

Leahy: 166        Porter: 270        270 to win
The election is over.
Garrison Porter
President of the United States of America
Garrison Porter wins the election defeating Pat Leahy. He didn't need Ohio. Ohio is still outstanding. He was fourteen away Hawaii with 4 and Wisconsin with 10 did it exactly. It took 270 to win and we are projecting Garrison Porter and Natalie Portman have 270 electoral college votes enough to win. That's the projection an hour after midnight. Garrison Porter could wind up with 372 electoral votes. On a night with some wild and wooly results as these whose to say either he will or he will not.
2 o'clock EST

Leahy: 238        Porter: 290        270 to win
As was expected Pat Leahy carries California. Also an hour ago Vermont his home state went to Pat Leahy. Massachusetts the home state of John Kerry almost went to Garrison Porter but Leahy was able to hang on and carry Massachusetts. Any Democrat always wants to make sure they have Vermont and Massachusetts and California; more Republican yard signs in those states than there usually are but Democrat Leahy in spite of that carries all three.
3 o'clock EST

Leahy: 248        Porter: 290        270 to win
4 o'clock EST
No projections
5 o'clock EST
No projections
6 o'clock EST
No projections
Election results after certification of all votes cast.

Leahy: 248        Porter: 290        270 to win
Popular Vote Pat Leahy 82.680 million (48.53%) Garrison Porter 87.703 (51.47%)
Panel?

I think Republicans said in the middle of the campaign look we think the election will come down to the West. It did this was a close electoral vote count. Arizona with 10 Colorado with 9 and Nevada with 5. Those are key states all of which Garrison Porter spent time and energy in and the states went Republican by 20 percentage points difference statewide plus. This was a close election all campaign long. I would say both camps knew it would be a close election. Florida and Wisconsin and West Virginia I would say are the surprises.
3  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: March 30, 2015, 07:53:21 pm
Pat Leahy/John Kerry v. Garrison Porter/Natalie Portman
7 o'clock EST

Leahy: 0        Porter: 36        270 to win
8 o'clock EST

Leahy: 24        Porter: 78        270 to win
9 o'clock EST

Leahy: 58        Porter: 158        270 to win
It was a low scoring ball game there for a while. Now there is exactly 100 electoral votes separating the two candidates. California with 55 has the polls still open. New York with 31 has closed its polls but we are not ready to make a projection. If both those states go to Leahy then that gap would be shut considerably. Garrison Porter does carry 58% of the vote in Florida.
10 o'clock EST

Leahy: 121        Porter: 217        270 to win
That gap narrows by 4. Pat Leahy is moving slowly but surely. New York is projected for Pat Leahy and John Kerry. Note though Massachusetts and West Virginia typical Democrat states still outstanding. Kentucky and Ohio are too. Some of the southwest an area pretty rich with electoral votes goes for Garrison Porter. Not welcome news for the Leahy camp but not surprising.
11 o'clock EST

Leahy: 149        Porter: 224        270 to win
We've pulled up the electoral votes per state to show you. Montana goes to Garrison Porter. That is the three electoral votes added onto his column. Pat Leahy closes the gap some more. May not be enough but California still with 55 outstanding. Some key states east of the Mississippi river will decide. If Pat Leahy starts to loose a handful of them it will be sorry try again but we don't know that that is his fate in this election just yet. It looks like advantage to Garrison Porter but this race is not over. Even North Dakota is undecided. That state usually goes Republican. But the key word there is usually.

Leahy: 163        Porter: 256        270 to win
Now Pat Leahy has got to start winning some of these states outstanding. Garrison Porter and Natalie Portman 14 electoral votes away from being elected President and Vice President of the United States. Ohio with its 20 would do it. Pat Leahy needs to make sure he carries California and Massachusetts and make whatever kind of effort he can in Ohio. At midnight the election remains uncalled. Democrats are going to say gee Minnesota and Wisconsin together have exactly the number that Ohio has of electoral votes. Yes but that's not enough. Pat Leahy better carry Ohio or Garrison Porter will be the winner of this election.
4  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: March 30, 2015, 11:06:59 am
1966 United State Senate Election Results
7 o'clock EST

Democrat: 45        Republican: 26        51 for majority
8 o'clock EST

Democrat: 49        Republican: 35        51 for majority
Democrat
House Control
At this point Democrats probably keep the Senate. Democrat Thomas McIntyre winning the Senate race by .01% in New Hampshire probably blocks the Republicans from any path they had to win control of the Senate this year.
9 o'clock EST

Democrat: 54        Republican: 41        51 for majority
Democrat
Senate Control
10 o'clock EST

Democrat: 54        Republican: 43        51 for majority
11 o'clock EST

Democrat: 54        Republican: 45        51 for majority
12 o'clock EST

Democrat: 55        Republican: 45        51 for majority
1966 House of Representative Election Results
Democrat: 397        Republican: 38        219 for majority
1968 Presidential Election Candidates: President Lyndon Johnson (D-TX)/Vice President Paul Douglas (D-IL) v. Senator Mark Hatfield (R-OR)/Senator Clifford Hansen (R-WY) v. Strom Thurmond (I-SC)/Harry Byrd, jr (I-VA)
5  General Discussion / Religion & Philosophy / Re: Joel Osteen and the Happiness Gospel on: March 30, 2015, 10:25:52 am
I think for example Joyce Meyer preaches what the Bible actually says more than Joe Osteen does. I think Osteen would tell you that his intent is not to preach what is actually in the Bible but to preach a message that makes people feel good. Joel Osteen is the immediate successor to his father as pastor of the church that Joel Osteen pastors. I have never seen a video of his father preaching but I would imagine his father was a better preacher than Joel Osteen is now. Honest to goodness I wouldn't know enough to say.
6  General Discussion / Religion & Philosophy / Re: Pope says it's OK to spank children if you don't demean them on: March 30, 2015, 10:21:43 am
Spanking is in the Bible; specifically Proverbs
7  General Discussion / Religion & Philosophy / Re: Is the author of Revelation the same as the Gospel and Epistles of John? on: March 30, 2015, 10:21:13 am
Yes
8  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Presidential Election Trends / Re: Which state would be more likely to go Republican? on: March 30, 2015, 10:19:43 am
A President Hillary Clinton may actually loose Illinois in 2020 assuming she runs for reelection.
9  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / U.S. Presidential Election Results / Re: Which state has been called for the wrong candidate or too early most often? on: March 30, 2015, 10:10:17 am
CBS projected Michael Dukakis the winner in Illinois on November 8th 1988. Georgia strikes me as one that was called two early in 1992.
10  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2016 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: Reince Priebus; Even Nixon didn't destroy the tapes on: March 30, 2015, 10:08:03 am
Assuming Hillary runs we can probably expect to hear a lot more of the even Nixon didn't destroy the tapes argument. It will probably be very effective.
11  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: March 29, 2015, 06:37:15 pm
1964 election close; some other states are outstanding right now but we can make projections in all of them. Lyndon Johnson carries Iowa and Utah and Nevada and Hawaii.

Lyndon Johnson
Iowa 9 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Utah 4 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Nevada 3 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Hawaii 4 electoral votes
Johnson: 531        Dulles: 0        Goldwater: 0        270 to win

Barry Goldwater has apparently cost Allen Dulles some votes in two states in particular. Those being South Dakota and Michigan. But not enough to make any difference. Johnson has won 70 percent of the vote+ in several states. 80 percent plus a little in Georgia. Idaho and Alaska both go to Johnson. This is Garrison Porter. Thanks for reading.

Lyndon Johnson
Idaho 4 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Alaska 3 electoral votes



Johnson: 538        Dulles: 0        Goldwater: 0        270 to win

Lyndon Johnson
President of the United States of America
Democrat: 61        Republican: 39        51 for majority

Democrat
Senate Control

1964 United State House of Representative Election Results
Democrat: 432        Republican: 3        219 for majority


election '64 coverage & results
12  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: March 29, 2015, 06:30:41 pm
These states are all casting their electoral votes for Lyndon Johnson. Montana and Wyoming and Louisiana and California and Oregon and Washington state. Not necessarily all in that order.

Lyndon Johnson
Montana 4 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Wyoming 3 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Louisiana 10 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
California 40 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Oregon 6 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Washington 9 electoral votes

We'll be back in just a moment.


election '64 coverage
13  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: March 29, 2015, 06:09:12 pm
Lyndon Johnson Has Won Presidential Election; He Defeats Allen Dulles Who Looses Second Consecutive Presidential ElectionPresident elect Lyndon Johnson carries all three Michigan and Wisconsin and Minnesota. North Dakota and South Dakota and New Mexico all go to President elect Johnson.

Lyndon Johnson
Michigan 21 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Wisconsin 12 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Minnesota 10 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
North Dakota 4 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
South Dakota 4 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
New Mexico 4 electoral votes

Nebraska and Kansas both go for Johnson. Both Arizona and Colorado go to Johnson.

Lyndon Johnson
Nebraska 5 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Kansas 7 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Arizona 5 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Colorado 6 electoral votes

The District of Columbia goes easily to Lyndon Johnson.

Lyndon Johnson
District of Columbia 3 electoral votes


election '64 coverage
14  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: March 29, 2015, 05:44:59 pm
Lyndon Johnson has been elected the President of the United States. He carries Delaware and New Hampshire and Maine and North Carolina and Arkansas.

Lyndon Johnson
Delaware 3 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
New Hampshire 4 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Maine 4 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
North Carolina 13 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Arkansas 6 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
President of the United States of America

Oklahoma and Maryland both cast their electoral votes for President elect Johnson.

Lyndon Johnson
Oklahoma 8 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Maryland 10 electoral votes

It is 9 o'clock on the East Coast. New York and Texas and Rhode Island all three cast their electoral votes for Lyndon Johnson.

Lyndon Johnson
New York 43 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Texas 25 electoral votes

Lyndon Johnson
Rhode Island 4 electoral votes
Johnson: 358        Dulles: 0        Goldwater: 0        270 to win

Election 1964 coverage continues after this.



Lyndon Johnson
President of the United States of America


election '64 coverage
15  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: American Electorate @ Present Timeline on: March 26, 2015, 06:44:45 pm
Sean Duffy wins a senate seat in Wisconsin. Duffy will be the junior senator from Wisconsin come January.

Sean Duffy
Wisconsin Senator

Rick Scott
Florida Senator

Rick Scott the former governor of Florida defeats in what would otherwise be called an upset if it were not for the money spent by the Scott campaign defeats Senator Bill Nelson. Nelson will leave the Senate after 18 years there. That's two other Wisconsin and Florida Republican pickups in the Senate. Dan Malloy is reelected to a non consecutive term as governor of Connecticut.

Dan Malloy
Connecticut Governor

Election 2014 coverage continues after this.


election '18 coverage
16  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: American Electorate @ Present Timeline on: March 26, 2015, 03:08:11 pm
We'll pull up the way the balance of power in the senate looks right now.
Democrat: 46        Republican: 46        Independent: 1        51 for majority
Just like that its a dead even tie. There are some races that have yet to project who will win in their states.

Were told those numbers may not be right. Without a doubt the projection will be made at the end of the night as to which party will control the Senate based on the number of net gains for either party and where that puts one party or the other in the race for who controls the senate.

At this point maybe the Independents will control the Senate.

I think its a little late for that in this election.

We can walk over to the board here and make another projection. Sherrod Brown will be reelected in Ohio. That is a race that was going down to the wire.


Sherrod Brown
Ohio Senator

He defeats the former Senator from Ohio Mike DeWine. That's a rematch from twelve years ago. The last time the two faced eachother Brown won. So panel Sherrod Brown is two for two against Mike DeWine. Three for three against Ohio Republicans in general.

And now were moving toward a tie in the Senate or something close to it. I don't think either party is going to control the Senate in the next congress with anything more than maybe a two seat difference.

We have another call to make. Ann Wagner will represent Missouri in the Senate for another two years. Another Democrat Senator being defeated tonight. Claire McCaskill won't have a job in the senate come January.


Ann Wagner
Missouri Senator

The calls are coming quickly. This one may surprise people. William Daley is the governor elect of Illinois. That one is a surprise. Kirk Dillard the Republican cannot make it to the state house in Illinois this election.

William Daley
Illinois Governor

There are some other projections. First Gina Ralmando will be reelected governor of Rhode Island. Raul Labradour will be elected Governor of Idaho. He holds the statehouse for Republicans. David Ige will be reelected tonight Hawaii governor. Mead Treadwell defeats incumbent Bill Walker in a big win to become governor elect of Alaska.

Gina Ralmando
Rhode Island Governor

Raul Labradour
Idaho Governor

David Ige
Hawaii Governor

Mead Treadwell
Alaska Governor

There are two other declarations that we can make. Jon Tester will return to the Senate reelected the Democrat senior senator from Montana and John Ensign returns to the Senate after a six year period of time away from the body as he is elected junior senator from Nevada. Back in a moment.

Jon Tester
Montana Senator

John Ensign
Nevada Senator



Democrat v. Republican
Senate Control

Republican
House Control


election '18 coverage
17  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: American Electorate @ Present Timeline on: March 26, 2015, 12:04:37 pm
We are calling Maria Cantwell and Diane Fienstein two incumbents the winners in their respective senate election races. Big news out of California for the governor race. Angelina Jolie has defeated Gavin Newsom to win the governorship of California. Having a Republican governor of that state is nothing new. Arnold Schwarzenager and Pete Wilson and George Deukmjician and Ronald Reagan just to name a few all have served as Republican governors of California.

Maria Cantwell
Washington Senator

Diane Fienstein
California Senator

Angelina Jolie
California Governor

Mazie Hiorno will be reelected senator from Hawaii. Thats three holds for the Democrats in the Senate races at the top of the 11 o'clock hour. Some big news out of Delaware. Mike Castle will return to Washington. Tom Carper a member of the Democrat establishment in the Senate now can go back to becoming an upstanding private citizen in Delaware. Castle in an upset beats Carper to become the junior senator from Delaware.

Mazie Hiorno
Hawaii Senator

Mike Castle
Delaware Senator

More after this


election '18 coverage
18  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Past Election What-ifs (US) / Re: 2000: Biden vs. Watts on: March 26, 2015, 11:55:49 am
Biden

Biden: 335        Watts: 203        270 to win
19  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: March 26, 2015, 11:54:25 am
1 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 365        Porter: 155        270 to win
2 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 374        Porter: 155        270 to win
3 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 374        Porter: 164        270 to win
Election results after certification of all votes cast.

Blackthorne: 374        Porter: 164        270 to win
Popular Vote Allen Blackthorne/Hillary Clinton 86.771 million (52.52%) Garrison Porter/Mary Fallin 78.443 million (47.48%)
20  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: American Electorate @ Present Timeline on: March 25, 2015, 11:53:22 am
Three incumbent governors will be returning to office for four more years. One in Michigan the other in Arizona and another in Maryland. Anthony Brown will defeat Larry Hogan in Maryland. Doug Dicey wins another term in Arizona a hold for the Republicans. Mark Schauer defeats Republican Terry Lynn Land in Michigan.

Anthony Brown
Maryland Governor

Doug Dicey
Arizona Governor

Mark Schauer
Michigan Governor

John Gibbons wins the governorship of Nevada. Brian Sandoval retiring there. Tom Latham holds the governorship of Iowa for the Republicans. Terry Brandstand retiring there.

John Gibbons
Nevada Governor

Tom Latham
Iowa Governor


election '18 coverage
21  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: March 24, 2015, 03:24:05 pm
Allen Blackthorne/Al Gore v. Garrison Porter/Mary Fallin
Opinion Poll Blackthorne 49% Porter 45% Undecided 6%

Blackthorne: 296        Porter: 152        270 to win

Panel Blackthorne stands with less than 50% in the opinion poll which must be good news for Garrison Porter and Mary Fallin.

I would say given the map and the electoral vote count the Republicans are looking for good news. I think we'll know pretty early what way this election is going. Vermont and Georgia and Mississippi and Florida close at 7 o'clock and 8 o'clock respectively. All of those states are too close to call.

The four point difference in the opinion poll is not the only thing both sides must be looking at. The Democrat candidate has already passed 270 electoral college votes in the electoral count according to the poll.

I'd say thats true but if California were to go Republican its 55 electoral votes would change the ball game.

Suddenly then it would come down to those states undecided.

Blackthorne leads 50% to 47% in California in the poll. Garrison Porter and Allen Blackthorne are tied at 48% in Georgia.

Thanks panel
7 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 0        Porter: 13        270 to win
8 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 72        Porter: 31        270 to win
9 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 175        Porter: 95        270 to win
The election map as it stands right now shows Allen Blackthorne opening up a pretty solid lead at this hour. The race by most apparent signs is not over though there is some reason to believe it would take a come back greater than Lazarus for Garrison Porter to pull this election out. We have seen it before.
10 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 201        Porter: 116        270 to win
11 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 230        Porter: 125        270 to win
Still anyones game at this point. Polls have closed in California. That means the doors to every polling site where people can vote have shut their doors. However people still in line waiting to vote when the polls close do have the opportunity to vote. To move this race literally from one that Blackthorne was going to win to a race that was anyones game that scenario would have to have California go to the Republican ticket. We have no call in California. Still no calls in much of the South.
12 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 304        Porter: 128        270 to win
Allen Blackthorne
President of the United States of America
Allen Blackthorne wins the election. California no matter how it goes makes no difference in the outcome of the national election. Panel?

Frankly given the states undecided. Indiana and Missouri were going to be important. The two key states had to be Florida and California. Florida ultimately clinched the election win for Blackthorne.

Explain Florida. People that visit Northern Florida along the Gulf of Mexico would think they are visiting and seeing a pretty conservative area. Basically the Bible belt.

I think the big democratic base in Florida in Miami. Broward and Miami-Dade counties are big Democrat strongholds in the state. I can tell you that lots of Republicans watch Hillsborough county. He or she who; in this case both candidates are he. The person that carries Hillsborough county usually carries Florida. I would also point out that Orange county Florida has moved from a swing county to a pretty Democrat and liberal place. It appears frankly Allen Blackthorne carried Southern Florida by a larger margin in terms of votes cast than Garrison Porter did northern Florida.
22  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Gubernatorial/Statewide Elections / Re: Hypothetical 2018 Cuomo v. Gibbons v. Hopkins on: March 22, 2015, 07:03:11 pm
I assume you mean Chris Gibson.
Yes
23  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: March 22, 2015, 01:18:12 pm
1 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 200        Porter: 248        270 to win
2 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 234        Porter: 279        270 to win
Garrison Porter
President of the United States of America
3 o'clock EST

Blackthorne: 244        Porter: 294        270 to win
Election results after certification of all votes cast.

Blackthorne: 244        Porter: 294        270 to win
Popular Vote Blackthorne/Richardson 84.591 million (50.18%) Porter/Smollett 84.004 million (49.82%)
24  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: American Electorate @ Present Timeline on: March 22, 2015, 12:41:06 pm
We can project that Ovide Lamontagne will be elected governor of New Hampshire defeating Carol Shea Porter. That's a Republican pickup in New Hampshire.

Ovide Lamontagne
New Hampshire Governor

It will be a long night for Andrew Cuomo in New York but when the votes are counted there Cuomo will be reelected to a third term as New York governor.

Andrew Cuomo
New York Governor

Scott Walker has been reelected governor of Wisconsin. Walker is serving come January a second non consecutive term as governor. He lost to Burke four years ago and he has come back again and defeated Mary Burke.

Scott Walker
Wisconsin Governor

The Republicans will retain control of the House of Representatives in the next congress.

Republican
House Control

Angus King will be reelected Senator from Maine. That was a competitive election that could have gone to the Republican. King will be the only Independent in the Senate come January. Kent Conrad will return to the Senate in North Dakota defeating Kevin Cramer the incumbent Republican there and Amy Klobuchar after a competitive race in Minnesota wins reelection.

Angus King
Maine Senator

Kent Conrad
North Dakota Senator

Amy Klobuchar
Minnesota Senator


election '18 coverage
25  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: American Electorate @ Present Timeline on: March 22, 2015, 12:20:49 pm
Election 2018 Coverage Shows A Near Tie In Party Bid To Control US SenateThere are some other calls that we can make right now. Sheldon Whitehouse has been reelected Senator from Rhode Island. Andrew Romanoff is the next governor of Colorado. He defeats incumbent Bob Beauprez and independent candidate Tom Tancredo. Taylor Haynes will remain governor of Wyoming. Bob Corker has been reelected senator from Tennessee and Debbie Stabenow also wins her bid for reelection in Michigan.

Sheldon Whitehouse
Rhode Island Senator

Andrew Romanoff
Colorado Governor

Taylor Haynes
Wyoming Governor

Bob Corker
Tennessee Senator

Debbie Stabenow
Michigan Senator

Panel any thoughts on these projections?

I think its going to be a while before we know which party controls the Senate. It may be that Republicans won the Senate in 2014 and Democrats two years ago and now Republicans win it again tonight. But that is not known for sure at this moment.

It appears Republicans have a lock on the governorships.

Stand By For ProjectionSeeing those numbers that doesn't come to me as a surprise at all.

We have some more projections now. It is 10 o'clock on the East Coast.


Jim Matheson
Utah Senator

Lee Atwater
Florida Governor

Two pretty significant projections. First is Jim Matheson a Democrat in Utah wins the senate race there. Matheson defeats Mia Love to become the junior senator from Utah. We'll check it and double and triple check it but it looks like Matheson will be the first Democrat senator from Utah in two generations. Lee Atwater takes back the Florida governor mansion for the Republicans. Atwater succeeds Charlie Crist into the governor chair in Florida. Ted Cruz is the winner in the Texas Senate election. He has been the winner there for a while we have just not projected it.

Ted Cruz
Texas Senator
Democrat: 40        Republican: 43        Independent: 0        51 for majority
That is the Senate map tonight for the moment. So far there are definently 43 Republicans in the Senate next January and 40 Democrats. Deb Fischer has been reelected senator from Nebraska and John Barrasso remains having been reelected the senator from Wyoming defeating Dave Freudenthal.

Deb Fischer
Nebraska Senator

John Barrasso
Wyoming Senator



Democrat: 42        Republican: 45        Independent: 0        51 for majority


election '18 coverage
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