295: Paul Ryan/Brian Sandoval - 48.4%
243: Hillary Clinton/Brian Schatz - 46.9%
Others - 4.7%
Ryan gets a 53-47 R Senate majority(Kirk, Ayotte, Frazier(CO), and Heck win, but Bayh, Feingold, and Sestak also win) and a 234-201 House majority led by Speaker Cathy McMorris Rodgers. Louie Gohmert, Gary Palmer, Raul Labrador, Jim Bridenstine, Mo Brooks, and Jeff Duncan are some of the loudest voices against Rodgers, but they usually fall in line for fiscal matters. Steve King, Steve Scalise, Steven Palazzo, Joe Wilson, Joe Barton, and Ted Yoho are called the Three Steves, the Two Joes, and One Ted. Steve Scalise wins fourteen to sixteen votes every time, as Justin Amash, Greg Walden, Dave Brat, and Bradley Byrne manage to rally their friends. The Unstable Union holds for Ryan to pass minor reforms, his most significant achievement being passing the Wyden-Ryan - well, now Wyden-Brat - healthcare bills. Mario Diaz-Balart, Tom Price, Tom McClintock, Jason Lewis, and John Faso all vote for it, giving it more than enough votes to pass the House Finance Committee.