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The Race is on Election night 2014

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posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:05 PM
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US mid-terms: Republicans make early Senate gains



Initial results in the US mid-term elections show the Republican Party is making early gains in the Senate, where they need to win just six seats to take control of the chamber.

The party has already picked up two Senate seats in Arkansas and West Virginia, says the AP news agency.

The Republican Party leader in the Senate, Mitch McConnell, has retained his seat for Kentucky.

But the Democrats have held onto the key Senate seat of New Hampshire.

As polls close across the country, early results indicate a number of both Democratic and Republican Senate incumbents have held onto their seats.

Projections show Republicans have retained seats in Mississippi, Alabama, Maine, South Carolina, Oklahoma and Tennessee.

Democrats have retained seats in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Delaware and New Jersey.


Listening to CNN

GOP four seats away



Washington (CNN) -- Republicans have picked up another Senate seat and now need only four more to seize Senate control, according to a CNN projection.
Iraq war veteran Tom Cotton grabbed the Senate seat in Arkansas held by Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor. That built on an earlier pick up in West Virginia, where Republican Shelley Moore Capito won a seat that has been in Democratic hands for nearly 30 years.
President Barack Obama, who has dragged down vulnerable Democrats with his tarnished approval ratings, now faces the strong prospect of a unified Republican opposition on Capitol Hill for the rest of his administration.
The president will make a public statement on Wednesday and host bipartisan leaders on Friday.



In Texas

Abbot is ahead


going to keep posting as the night goes on

The interesting one showed an independent ahead




posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:09 PM
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I have a feeling the republicans have busted open the jack

3rd seat


Washington (CNN) -- Republicans have picked up another Senate seat and now need only four more to seize Senate control, according to a CNN projection.
Iraq war veteran Tom Cotton grabbed the Senate seat in Arkansas held by Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor. That built on an earlier pick up in West Virginia, where Republican Shelley Moore Capito won a seat that has been in Democratic hands for nearly 30 years.
President Barack Obama, who has dragged down vulnerable Democrats with his tarnished approval ratings, now faces the strong prospect of a unified Republican opposition on Capitol Hill for the rest of his administration


And are lighting cigars

Kansas is looking democrat

let me see if I can find something



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:11 PM
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Like zits, you can never seem to get rid of em, huh?



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:17 PM
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United States gubernatorial elections, 2014




State Incumbent Party Status Candidates
Alabama Robert J. Bentley Republican Running for re-election Robert J. Bentley (R)
Parker Griffith (D)[1]

Alaska Sean Parnell Republican Running for re-election Sean Parnell (R)[2]
Bill Walker (I)[2]
J. R. Myers (Constitution)[3]
Carolyn Clift (L)

Arizona Jan Brewer Republican Term-limited Doug Ducey (R)
Fred DuVal (D)[2]
John Mealer (Americans Elect)[4]
Barry Hess (L)[4]

Arkansas Mike Beebe Democratic Term-limited Mike Ross (D)[2]
Asa Hutchinson (R)
Josh Drake (Green)[5]
Frank Gilbert (L)[6]
California Jerry Brown Democratic Running for re-election Jerry Brown (D)
Neel Kashkari (R)[7]
Colorado John Hickenlooper Democratic Running for re-election John Hickenlooper (D)[8]
Bob Beauprez (R)[9]
Matthew Hess (L)[10]
Mike Dunafon (I)
Paul Noel Fiorino (I)
Jim Rundberg (I)
Harry Hempy (Green)
Connecticut Dan Malloy Democratic Running for re-election Dan Malloy (D)
Thomas C. Foley (R)[11]
Joe Visconti (I)[11]
Lee Whitnum (I)[12]

Florida Rick Scott Republican Running for re-election Rick Scott (R)
Charlie Crist (D)[13]
Adrian Wyllie (L)[14][15]
Joe Allen (No Party Affiliation)
Glenn Burkett (No Party Affiliation)
Farid A Khavari (No Party Affiliation)[16]

Georgia Nathan Deal Republican Running for re-election Nathan Deal (R)
Jason Carter (D)[17]
Andrew Hunt (L)[18]

Hawaii Neil Abercrombie Democratic Defeated in primary David Ige (D)[19]
Duke Aiona (R)[20]
Mufi Hannemann (Hawaii Independent)
Jeff Davis (L)[21]

Idaho Butch Otter Republican Running for re-election Butch Otter (R)
A.J. Balukoff (D)[22]
Steve Pankey (Constitution)[22]
John T. Bujak (L)[22]
Jill Humble (I)[22]
Pro-Life (aka Marvin Thomas Richardson) (I)[22][23]

Illinois Pat Quinn Democratic Running for re-election Pat Quinn (D)[24]
Bruce Rauner (R)[24]
Chad Grimm (L)[25]

Iowa Terry Branstad Republican Running for re-election Terry Branstad (R)
Jack Hatch (D)[26]
Lee Hieb (L)[27]
David Rosenfeld (Socialist Workers)

Kansas Sam Brownback Republican Running for re-election Sam Brownback (R)
Paul Davis (D)[28]
Keen Umbehr (L)[29]

Maine Paul LePage Republican Running for re-election Paul LePage (R)
Mike Michaud (D)[20]
Eliot Cutler (Unenrolled)[30]

Maryland Martin O'Malley Democratic Term-limited Anthony G. Brown (D)[31]
Larry Hogan (R)[31]
Shawn Quinn (L)

Massachusetts Deval Patrick Democratic Retiring Martha Coakley (D)[32]
Charlie Baker (R)[33]
Evan Falchuk (United Independent)[34]
Scott Lively (I)[35]
Jeff McCormick (I)[36]

Michigan Rick Snyder Republican Running for re-election Rick Snyder (R)
Mark Schauer (D)[37]
Mary Buzuma (L)
Paul Homeniuk (G)
Robin Sanders (I)[38]

Minnesota Mark Dayton Democratic-Farmer-Labor Running for re-election Mark Dayton (DFL)
Jeff Johnson (R)
Hannah Nicollet (Independence)
Chris Holbrook (L)

Nebraska Dave Heineman Republican Term-limited Pete Ricketts (R)[39]
Chuck Hassebrook (D)[39]
Mark G. Elworth Jr. (L)[39]

Nevada Brian Sandoval Republican Running for re-election Brian Sandoval (R)
Robert Goodman (D)[40]
David VanDerBeek (Independent American)[40]

New Hampshire Maggie Hassan Democratic Running for re-election Maggie Hassan (D)
Walt Havenstein (R)

New Mexico Susana Martinez Republican Running for re-election Susana Martinez (R)
Gary King (D)[20]

New York Andrew Cuomo Democratic Running for re-election Andrew Cuomo (D)
Rob Astorino (R)[20]
Howie Hawkins (G)[41]
Michael McDermott (L)

Ohio John Kasich Republican Running for re-election John Kasich (R)
Ed FitzGerald (D)[20][42]
Anita Rios (G)[43]

Oklahoma Mary Fallin Republican Running for re-election Mary Fallin (R)
Joe Dorman (D)[20]
Richard Prawdzienski (L, running as I)[44]

Oregon John Kitzhaber Democratic Running for re-election John Kitzhaber (D)
Dennis Richardson (R)[20]
Paul Grad (Libertarian)
Aaron Auer (Constitution)

Pennsylvania Tom Corbett Republican Running for re-election Tom Corbett (R)
Tom Wolf (D)[20]

Rhode Island Lincoln Chafee Democratic Retiring Gina Raimondo (D)[20]
Allan Fung (R)[20]
Robert J. Healey (Moderate)
Kate Fletcher (I)
Leon Kayarian (I)

South Carolina Nikki Haley Republican Running for re-election Nikki Haley (R)[45]
Vincent Sheheen (D)[45]
Steve French (L)[45]
Morgan Bruce Reeves (United Citizens)[45]
Tom Ervin (I)

South Dakota Dennis Daugaard Republican Running for re-election Dennis Daugaard (R)
Susan Wismer (D)[20]
Mike Myers (I)[46]

Tennessee Bill Haslam Republican Running for re-election Bill Haslam (R)
Charlie Brown (D)[47]
Shaun Crowell (Constitution)[47]
Isa Infante (Green)[47]
Daniel Lewis (L)[47]
Steve Coburn (I)[47]
John Jay Hooker (I)[47]

Texas Rick Perry Republican Retiring Greg Abbott (R)[24]
Wendy Davis (D)[24]
Brandon Parmer (Green)[48]
Kathie Glass (L)[49]

Vermont Peter Shumlin Democratic Running for re-election Peter Shumlin (D)
Scott Milne (R)
Emily Peyton (I)
Dan Feliciano (L)
Pete Diamondstone (Liberty Union)
Cris Ericson (I)[50]
Bernard Peters (I)

Wisconsin Scott Walker Republican Running for re-election Scott Walker (R)
Mary Burke (D)[51]
Robert Burke (L)

Wyoming Matt Mead Republican Running for re-election Matt Mead (R)
Pete Gosar (D)
Dee Cozzens (L)

Territories[edit]

Territory Incumbent Party Status Candidates

Guam Eddie Calvo Republican Running for re-election Eddie Calvo (R)
Carl T.C. Gutierrez (D)[52]

Northern Mariana Islands Eloy Inos Republican Running for re-election Eloy Inos (R)
Edward Deleon Guerrero (D)
Juan Babauta (I)
Heinz Hofschneider (I)[53]

United States Virgin Islands John de Jongh Democratic Term-limited Donna Christian-Christensen (D)
Mona Barnes (I)
Soraya Diase Coffelt (I)
Kenneth Mapp (I)
Sheila Alvin Scullion (I) [54]



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:21 PM
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House rep 2014



The 2014 United States House of Representatives elections will be held on November 4, 2014. Elections will be held for all 435 seats, representing the 50 U.S. states. Elections will also be held for the non-voting delegates from the District of Columbia and four of the five U.S. territories.

The winners of these elections will serve in the 114th United States Congress, with seats apportioned among the states based on the 2010 United States Census.



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:25 PM
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Louisana looks to be interesting
Got to have 50% plus one to win
still early on

CNN Results

looks like McConnel has held Kentucky



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:28 PM
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I want the Republicans to take the majority in the Senate.

For no other reason to get rid of REID as 'Majority' leader.

But I have my doubts.


edit on 4-11-2014 by neo96 because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:28 PM
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edit on 4-11-2014 by neo96 because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:29 PM
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I'm from NY and it looks like though House seats are all going Republican this year, while for some reason... People are still voting in the same terrible governor.



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:39 PM
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a reply to: ripcontrol
Go to bing and type in


Your state names races 2014
or click on link and change state


Texas Races 2014

61%- John Cornyn- R

House

1)78%-Louie Gohmert- R
2) 70%- Ted Poe- R
3)83% Sam Johnson- R
4) 100% John Ratcliffe-R


Gubbernor
59%-Greg Abbott- R
40%- Wendy davis - D

Senate
2)83% Bob Hall- D
4)92% Robert Nichols-R
5)66% Charles Schwertner
7)74% Paul Bettencourt



Of interest

1 - NO TOLL ROAD SUPPORT
yes 81%



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:41 PM
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a reply to: scghst1

Can you share some information

One of the candidates is being indicted is WINNING
your state right



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:41 PM
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a reply to: ripcontrol

I wonder if Wendy Davis's concession speech will be full of lies?




posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:45 PM
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a reply to: neo96

this time he cant count on a power outage

it looks like the republicans have the match



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:46 PM
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In the modern era two term presidents going back to Roosevelt including Eisenhower, Nixon, Carter, Clinton, Bush and now likely Obama all lost both houses of congress in their second term midterm election.

So its a no brainer the GOP will take both houses



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:53 PM
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a reply to: xuenchen

There not lies


They are TALL TALES






Trying to find good stream


edit trying to find her coming concession speech
she is at 39%
edit on Tue, 04 Nov 2014 20:57:30 -060057p2014-11-04T20:57:30-06:0020141130Tue, 04 Nov 2014 20:57:30 -06002014Tuesday by ripcontrol because: Trying to find info



posted on Nov, 4 2014 @ 08:54 PM
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