ELECTION 2010 RESULTS **GOP WINS CONTROL OF THE HOUSE** [UPDATED 12:28AM EST]

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12:28PM EST: Fox News projects that Harry Reid (D) is the winner in the Nevada race for the US Senate.

11:03PM EST: Fox News projects that Barbra Boxer (D) is the winner in the California race for the US Senate.
ABC News projects that Mike Crapo (R) is the winner in the Idaho race for the US Senate.

10:41PM EST: Fox News projects that Ron Johnson (R) is the winner in the Wisconsin race for the US Senate.

10:17PM EST: ABC News projects that John McCain (R) is the winner in the Arizona race for the US Senate.
ABC News projects that Mike Lee Haley (R) is the winner in the Utah race for the US Senate.
ABC News projects that David Vitter (R) is the winner in the Louisiana race for the US Senate.
ABC News projects that Chuck Grassley (R) is the winner in the Iowa race for the US Senate.

9:17PM EST: Fox News Projects GOP Wins Control of House

9:11PM EST: Fox News projects that John Hoeven (R) is the winner in the North Dakota race for the US Senate.
Fox News projects that John Thune (R) is the winner in the South Dakota race for the US Senate.
Fox News projects that Jerry Moran (R) is the winner in the Kansas race for the US Senate.
Fox News projects that Chuck Schumer (D) is the winner in the New York race for the US Senate.
Fox News projects that Chuck Schumer (D) is the winner in the New York race for the US Senate.

8:51PM EST: ABC News projects that Richard Burr (R) is the winner in the North Carolina race for the US Senate.

8:49PM EST: ABC News projects that Richard Shelby (R) is the winner in the Alabama race for the US Senate.

8:48PM EST: ABC News projects that Tom Coburn (R) is the winner in the Oklahoma race for the US Senate.

8:38PM EST: Fox News projects that Joe Manchin (D) is the winner in the West Virginia race for the US Senate.

8:31PM EST: Fox News projects that John Boozman (R) is the winner in the Arkansas race for the US Senate.

8:11PM EST: Fox News projects that Johhny Isakson (R) is the winner in the Georgia race for the US Senate.

8:05PM EST: Fox News projects that Roy Blunt (R) is the winner in the Missouri race for the US Senate.
Fox News projects that Richard Blumenthal (D) is the winner in the Connecticut race for the US Senate.
Fox News projects that Christopher Coons (D) is the winner in the Delaware race for the US Senate.
Fox News projects that Kelly Ayotte (R) is the winner in the New Hampshire race for the US Senate.
Fox News projects that Barabra Mikulski (D) is the winner in the Maryland race for the US Senate.

8:00PM EST: Fox News projects that Marko Rubio (R) is the winner in the Florida race for the US Senate.

7:30PM EST: Fox News projects that Rob Portman (R) is the winner in the Ohio race for the US Senate.

7:25PM EST: ABC News projects that Patrick Leahy (D) is the winner in the Vermont race for the US Senate.

7:14PM EST: Fox News projects that Jim DeMint (R) is the winner in the South Carolina race for the US Senate.

7:07PM EST: Fox News projects that the GOP has picked up a US Senate seat with Dan Coats (R) as the winner in the Indiana race for the US Senate.

7:00PM EST: Fox News projects that Rand Paul (R) is the winner in the Kentucky race for the US Senate.

6:47PM EST: The first exit polls have just been published by the Drudgereport:

Arkansas (US Senate): Boozman (R) over Lincoln (D)
California (US Senate): Boxer [D] over Fiorina [R}
Florida (US Senate): Rubio[R] over Crist [I], Meek [D]
Ohio (US Senate): Portman (R) over Fisher (D)
North Dakota (US Senate): Hoeven (R) over Potter (D)
Wisconsin (US Senate): Johnson (R) over Feingold (D)

(YWN World Headquerters – NYC)


27 COMMENTS

  1. BS”D

    Yeah, right – improperly.

    Here is some more from Drudge: IL 49-43 Kirk [R]… KY 55-44 Paul [R]… NV TIED…

    Sorry to rub it in, charliehall, but the left is being swept back into the dustbin of history where it belongs. Sure, the dustbunnies will hop again for a few years way down the road like they did in 1976 and 2008. However, Americans don’t really want to be citizens of a Chinese vassal state, so when push comes to shove, they vote for American capitalism, not European hybrid socialism.

    The question is whether these are real conservatives, though, and I have my doubts. Probably just a bunch of lukewarm centrists who will accomplish little, at least until 2012 when the wave will become a tidal wave that knocks the left further back into oblivion.

  2. BSD Indiana – from ABC:

    Coats (R)48,52854%
    Ellsworth (D)36,56141%
    Sink-Burris (LB)4,7705%

    Now is ABC also IMPROPERLY leaking polls??

  3. A600KiloBear,

    You better hope and pray that Rand Paul doesn’t share his father’s ideology regarding Jews and Israel. It isn’t pretty.

  4. Charles,

    What’s your address? I would like to give it to Misaskim as I presume you’ll be sitting shiva for your holy socialist democrats once the evening is over.

  5. If i recall correctly, California time zone is earlier than ours and if polls close at 9:00P.M. how could they have exit poll numbers if they have at least another 3-4 hours to vote?????

  6. No, I will get up tomorrow morning and go to minyan just like I did this morning. I feel blessed that I live in this great country and that New York has elected a man who can be a great governor.

  7. Coumo a great Governor? Ha that’s laughable. Maybe great for liberal socialist marxist progressives & people who lead deviant lifestyles. But not for me and not even for you Charlie Hall you just don’t know it.

  8. 11&12, what I meant to say was that it was earlier there. yes, even the great one mis-speaks sometimes – thats not only reserved for democrats who seem to do that whenever their lips move. i know that when its 6p in NY, its 3p in CA. any moron knows that. i lived in CA for a while! perhaps it was the double talk in the original post that confused me?

  9. BS”D

    If Paul is like his father:

    1) It means great Knesset style entertainment in the Senate and I’ll even get CSPAN via satellite to watch the comedy hour.

    2) As someone who believes the US should get out of EY and that EY should ally with fellow brain powers China and India, I will be happy to see him fight against the work of AIPAC, made up of Jews who sadly walk in the crooked path of Herzl rather than in the light of the Torah.

    3) I prefer a blatant anti-Semite who is basically a clown with a big mouth (if Rand Paul is like his father) to the left and its multiculturalism, where the multi- stops at (real) Jews. When someone tries to attack me from the front, I deck him – the end. I can’t do a thing when someone stabs me in the back.

    As for Cuomo, he will make such a mess that the next governor will be a Pataki. Paladino was a mistake – that everyone knew. But Cuomo may cure NY of its Democrat habit .

  10. For those of you having difficulties with the time zones, California is 3 hours earlier than New York, therefore the polls close 3 hours later.
    Get it?

  11. I hope Obama as not as big of an anti semite as he appears to be, o wait he is and you still voted for him Charlie.

    FYI I do not like the Pauls but Kucinich and Moran are even worse.

  12. Too many of you are confusing discontent with an ideological mandate. Last night was no mandate – Obama is the third consecutive President who lost one or both houses of Congress in a mid-term election; and polling shows consistantly that both the Democrat and Republican parties have significantly less than 50% approval ratings.

    What the happened in each of 1994, 2006 and this year is that a broad swath of undecided voters cast their vote to throw the bums out. This is a new development in American electoral politics, and one would hope it would make both parties edge back towards the middle . . . a prospect that, alas, does not seem immediately likely as long as Pelosi and Boehner ideologues are in leadership positions.

  13. Mark Levin – Your attacks against Charlie Hall are most unseemly; they make sense neither politicaly nor Jewishly.

    Politically, calling Charlie a Socialist is about as unsophisticated and wrong as would be calling you a Fascist – traditional conservative and liberal positions are part and parcel of the American political tradition, and casting either as extremist reflects only intolerance and ignorance.

    Jewishly, we owe each other more civility and kovod than you demonstrate. Your comment about Misaskim and that you “…presume…[Charlie will]…be sitting shiva for..[his]…holy socialist democrats once the evening is over” is way out of line.

  14. #24 you can go to yourself that. This election was a referendum on Obama according to every poll. People are angry with him. Now that could be different in 2012 but that is the fact regardless of the reason behind it.

    You are right most people want to go to towards the center but it is mostly a center right nation over 2/5 Americans consider themselves conservative.

    Here is Rand Paul’s statement on Israel.

    Israel and the United States have a special relationship. With our shared history and common values, the American and Israeli people have formed a bond that unites us across the many thousands of miles between our countries and calls us to work together towards peace and prosperity for our countries.
    The free trade agreement that has existed, and been subsequently strengthened, between our countries since 1985 is a tremendous mutual benefit. As a United States Senator, I would work against the growing protectionist sentiment in our country and defend free trade with Israel.
    I would never vote to place trade restrictions on Israel, and I would filibuster any attempts to place sanctions on Israel or tariffs on any Israeli goods.
    The issue of Palestine is incredibly difficult and complex. The entire world wishes for peace in the region, but any arrangement or treaty must come from Israel, when she is ready and when her conditions have been met.
    I strongly object to the arrogant approach of Obama administration, itself a continuation of the failures of past U.S. administrations, as they push Israel to make security concessions behind thinly veiled threats.
    Only Israel can decide what is in her security interest, not America and certainly not the United Nations. Friends do not coerce friends to trade land for peace, or to give up the vital security interests of their people.
    As a United States Senator, I would never vote to condemn Israel for defending herself.
    Whether it is fighting Hezbollah in Lebanon, combating Hamas-linked terrorists in Gaza or dealing with potential nuclear threats in the Persian Gulf, Israeli military actions are completely up to the leaders and military of Israel, and Israel alone.
    It is not the place of outsiders to meddle or pass judgment or to use our power or relationship to force Israel to go against her own interest for the sake of “peace.”
    Peace is a laudable goal. But it is just that – a goal. It is not an end at any cost.
    It makes no sense to me that the United States provides Arab countries hostile to Israel with $12 billion in annual financial and military aid. Many of the weapons that Israel would face in a Middle Eastern conflict would have come directly from our government. I find this appalling. In the Senate, I would strive to eliminate all aid to countries that threaten Israel.
    Finally, Iran has become increasingly bellicose towards Israel. Thankfully, Israel has one of the bravest, most elite military forces in the world. I would never vote to prevent Israel from taking any military action her leaders felt necessary to end any Iranian threat.
    Just as the United States would not follow the will of another country in the face of our national security, we shall not limit the options of Israel in this area.
    Finally, I believe the United States should increase the pressure on Iran. I would mandate that all publicly managed investment funds divest from Iran immediately.
    We should not be subsidizing any company that does business with Iran, and we should not allow U.S. companies or those with funds from U.S. taxpayers to enrich Iran through its national energy program. I would fight to end all subsides to American corporations that do business with Iran, including so-called renewable energy companies that work through Brazil to provide support to Iran and empower its dictators dangerous nuclear saber rattling.