Late Election Updates: Bennet Wins CO Sen, Murray Up in WA; Hanabusa Gives Dems Rare House Win

By: Wednesday November 3, 2010 9:10 am

Late last night, Democratic old bull Jim Oberstar was defeated in MN-08 by Chip Cravaack. Surprisingly, the extremely flawed GOP nominee Raul Labrador managed to ride the wave and beat incumbent Walt Minnick in ID-01.

2010 Senate Races: Last PPP Polls Show GOP Gains, But Dems Keep Majority

By: Monday November 1, 2010 8:00 am

If these races break exactly as PPP polling dictates, the Democratic caucus would be reduced to only 51 members. On the other hand, if the three toss-up races each brake for the Democrat instead of the Republican, the Dem caucus would be down to 54 members–still a substatial margin by historical measures.

WA Sen: Murray-Rossi Race Remains Tight to the End

By: Saturday October 30, 2010 1:00 pm

With the race so close, it could easily come down to a few thousand votes. This means it might be a very long time before we know the winner, and, possibly, even which party holds the majority in the Senate. In Washington State, the ballot needs to only be postmarked by election day, so votes will be coming in for days after the election.

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