There was talk that the Republicans might not retake the Senate until December, after a couple run-off elections. That the Senate has already been called tonight before I go to bed is good news indeed.
Is it wavy enough for you yet? :-)
Of the 4 elections I really wanted to go Republicans' way, 3 of them already have: Thom Tillis in North Carolina, Governor Walker in Wisconsin, and (Colonel) Joni Ernst in Iowa. Mia Love is still behind in Utah. The race for my own congressman is split 50-50 as I type this.
I hear the Carter family guy in Georgia lost, as did Clay Aiken. Al Franken somehow won reelection; perhaps that's karma for Roberts' winning in Kansas. Governors Haley, Sandoval, and Martinez all won handily, although prognosticators I saw today had Republicans with a net loss of a couple governorships. Scott in Florida looks to hold on.
The only race in California worth watching, that for Superintendent of Public Instruction, looks to stay with the unions' bought-and-paid-for man even though just about every major paper in the state recommended the challenger. Well, that happens when you live in a one-party state. I can't cry over California, we're a lost cause. In education parlance, I'm willing to leave this child behind to save the rest of the class.
And the class appears to be doing fine.
Update, 11/5/14: Mia Love wins! (I was rooting for her two years ago, too.) The race for my own congressman is still too close to call.