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Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Midterm Election Day 2010: All Day Blogging

Page #2- Senate Seats In Play
Page #3- Election Day 2010- Interesting Links
Wake up America Cross Posted From Marston Chronicles- Our Final Predictions for Today's Elections

These three posts with all day live coverage will be on top all day.

Wake up America will be keeping an eye on the results throughout the evening and they will be posted at this link, continuously updated.

The House of Representatives, the Senate and the White House is all controlled by Democrats and the stakes are high for the midterm 2010 elections.

Tonight will tell whether the American voters prefer to have checks and balances to stop any one party's agenda from becoming laws of the land or whether the American voters feel America is on the right track and wish to leave control in the hands of the Democrats.

Extensive polling leading up to election day 2010 has indicated a massive wave for the GOP in the House to take control and modest wins in the Senate where only about of a third of the seat are even part of the election, making it unlikely the GOP will take control of the Senate.

Polls are fine indicators, but the final poll, the only poll that matters or is counted, is today's vote, the election itself.

Change of format folks. -Click here for House results as precincts report, continuously updated so keep refreshing.

Will continue to update as we see races being called in favor of a certain candidate.

Projected winners so far are :

Alabama District 1- Jo Bonner (R)
Alabama District 2- Martha Roby (R)
Alabama District 3- Mike Rogers (R)
Alabama District 4- Robert Aderholt (R)
Alabama District 5- Mo Brooks (R)
Alabama District 6- Spencer Bachus (R)
Alabama District 7- Terri Sewell (D)

Alaska District 1- Don Young (R)

Arkansas District 1-Rick Crawford (R)
Arkansas District 2-Tim Griffin (R)
Arkansas District 3- Steve Womack (R)
Arkansas District 4- Mike Ross (D)

Arizona District 1- Paul Gosar (R)
Arizona District 2- Trent Franks (R)
Arizona District 3- Ben Quayle (R)
Arizona District 4- Ed Pastor (D)
Arizona District 5- David Schweikert (R)
Arizona District 6- Jeff Flake (R)
Arizona District 7-
Arizona District 8-

California District 1- Mike Thompson (D)
California District 2- Wally Herger (R)
California District 3- Dan Lungren (R)
California District 4-Tom McClintock (R)
California District 5- Doris Matsui (D)
California District 6- Lynn Woolsey (D)
California District 7- George Miller (D)
California District 8- Nancy Pelosi (D)
California District 9- Barbara Lee (D)
California District 10- John Garamendi (D)
California District 11
California District 12- Jackie Speier (D)
California District 13- Pete Stark (D)
California District 14- Anna Eshoo (D)
California District 15- Mike Honda (D)
California District 16- Zoe Lofgren (D)
California District 17- Sam Farr (D)
California District 18- Dennis Cardoza (D)
California District 19- Jeff Denham (R)
California District 20
California District 21- Devin Nunes (R)
California District 22- Kevin McCarthy (R)
California District 23- Lois Capps (D)
California District 24- Elton Gallegly (R)
California District 25- Buck McKeon (R)
California District 26- David Dreier (R)
California District 27- Brad Sherman (D)
California District 28- Howard Berman (D)
California District 29- Adam Schiff (D)
California District 30- Henry Waxman (D)
California District 31- Xavier Bacerra (D)
California District 32- Judy Chu (D)
California District 33- Karen Bass (D)
California District 34- Lucille Roybal-Allard (D)
California District 35- Maxine Waters (D)
California District 36- Jane Harman (D)
California District 37- Laura Richardson (D)
California District 38- Grace Napalitano (D)
California District 39- Linda Sanchez (D)
California District 40- Ed Royce (R)
California District 41- Jerry Lewis (R)
California District 42- Gary Miller (R)
California District 43- Joe Baca (D)
California District 44 - Ken Calvert (R)
California District 45- Mary Bono Mack (R)
California District 46- Dan Rohrabacher (R)
California District 47- Loretta Sanchez (D)
California District 48- John Campbell (R)
California District 49- Darrell Issa (R)
California District 50- Brian Bilbray (R)
California District 51- Bob Filner (D)
California District 52- Duncan D. Hunter (R)
California District 53- Susan Davis (D)

Colorado District 1- Diana DiGette (D)
Colorado District 2- Jared Polis (D)
Colorado District 3- Scott Tipton (R)
Colorado District 4- Cory Gardner (R)
Colorado District 5- Doug Lamborn (R)
Colorado District 6- Mike Coffman (R)
Colorado District 7- Ed Perlmutter (D)

Connecticut District 1- John Larson (D)
Connecticut District 2-Joe Courtney (D)
Connecticut District 3- Rosa DeLauro (D)
Connecticut District 4- Jim Himes (D)
Connecticut District 5- Chris Murphy (D)

Delaware District 1- John Carney (D)

Florida District 1- Jeff Miller (R)
Florida District 2- Steve Southerland (R)
Florida District 3- Corrine Brown (D)
Florida District 4 - Ander Crenshaw
Florida District 5- Richard Nugent (R)
Florida District 6 - Cliff Stearns (R)
Florida District 7- John Mica (R)
Florida District 8- Daniel Webster (R)
Florida District 9- Gus Bilirakis (R)
Florida District 10- Bill Young (R)
Florida District 11-Kathy Castor (D)
Florida District 12-Dennis Ross (R)
Florida District 13-Vern Buchanan (R)
Florida District 14-Connie Mack (R)
Florida District 15- Bill Posey (R)
Florida District 16- Tom Rooney (R)
Florida District 17- Frederica Wilson (D)
Florida District 18- Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R)
Florida District 19- Ted Deutch (D)
Florida District 20- Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D)
Florida District 21- Mario Diaz-Balart (R)
Florida District 22- Allen West (R)
Florida District 23-Alcee Hastings (D)
Florida District 24- Sandra Adams (R)

Georgia District 1- Jack Kingston (R)
Georgia District 2-
Georgia District 3- Lynn Westmoreland (R)
Georgia District 4- Hank Johnson (D)
Georgia District 5- John Lewis (D)
Georgia District 6- Tom Price (R)
Georgia District 7- Rob Woodall (R)
Georgia District 8- Austin Scott (R)
Georgia District 9- Tom Graves (R)
Georgia District 10- Paul Broun (R)
Georgia District 11- Phil Gingrey (R)
Georgia District 12- John Barrow (D)
Georgia District 13- David Scott (D)

Hawaii District 1- Colleen Hanabusa (D)
Hawaii District 2- Mazie Hirono (D)

Iowa District 1- Bruce Braley (D)
Iowa District 2- Dave Loebsack (D)
Iowa District 3- Leonard Boswell (D)
Iowa District 4- Tom Latham (R)
Iowa District 5- Steve King (R)

Idaho District 1- Raul Labrador (R)
Idaho District 2- Mike Simpson (R)

Illinois District 1- Bobby Rush (D)
Illinois District 2- Jesse Jackson (D)
Illinois District 3- Daniel Lipinski (D)
Illinois District 4- Luis Gutierrez (D)
Illinois District 5- Mike Quigley (D)
Illinois District 6- Peter Roskam (R)
Illinois District 7- Danny Davis (D)
Illinois District 8-
Illinois District 9- Jan Schakowsky (D)
Illinois District 10-Robert Dold (R)
Illinois District 11-Adam Kinzinger (R)
Illinois District 12-Jerry Costello (D)
Illinois District 13-Judy Biggert (R)
Illinois District 14-Randy Hultgren (R)
Illinois District 15-Tim Johnson (R)
Illinois District 16-Donald Manzullo (R)
Illinois District 17-Bobby Schilling (R)
Illinois District 18-Aaron Schock (R)
Illinois District 19-John Shimkus (R)

Indiana District 1- Peter Visclosky (D)
Indiana District 2- Joe Donnelly (D)
Indiana District 3- Marlin Stutzman (R)
Indiana District 4- Todd Rokita (R)

Indiana District 5- Dan Burton (R)
Indiana District 6- Mike Pence (R)
Indiana District 7- Andre Carson (D)
Indiana District 8- Larry Bucshon (R)
Indiana District 9- Todd Young (R)

Kansas District 1- Tim Huelskamp (R)
Kansas District 2- Lynn Jenkins (R)
Kansas District 3- Kevin Yoder (R)
Kansas District 4- Mike Pompeo (R)

Kentucky District 1- Ed Whitfield (R)
Kentucky District 2- Brett Guthrie (R)
Kentucky District 3- John Yarmuth (D)
Kentucky District 4- Geoff Davis (R)
Kentucky District 5- Hal Rogers (R)
Kentucky District 6-

Louisiana District 1- Steve Scalise (R)
Louisiana District 2- Cedric Richmond (D)
Louisiana District 3- Jeff Landry (R)
Louisiana District 4- John Fleming (R)
Louisiana District 5- Rodney Alexander (R)
Louisiana District 6- Bill Cassidy (R)
Louisiana District 7- Charles Boustany (R)

Mass District 1- John Olver (D)
Mass District 2- Richard Neal (D)
Mass District 3- Jim McGovern (D)
Mass District 4- Barney Frank (D)
Mass District 5- Niki Tsongas (D)
Mass District 6- John Tierney (D)
Mass District 7- Ed Markey (D)
Mass District 8- Mike Capuano (D)
Mass District 9- Stephen Lynch (D)
Mass District 10- Bill Keating (D)

Maryland District 1- Andy Harris (R)
Maryland District 2- Dutch Ruppersberger (D)
Maryland District 3- John Sarbanes (D)
Maryland District 4- Donna Edwards (D)
Maryland District 5- Steny Hoyer (D)
Maryland District 6- Roscoe Bartlett (R)
Maryland District 7- Elijah Cummings (D)
Maryland District 8- Chris Van Hollen (D)

Maine District 1- Chellie Pingree (D)
Maine District 2- Mike Michaud (D)

Michigan District 1- Dan Benishek (R)
Michigan District 2- Bill Huizenga (R)
Michigan District 3- Justin Amash (R)
Michigan District 4- Dave Camp (R)
Michigan District 5- Dale Kildee (D)
Michigan District 6- Fred Upton (R)
Michigan District 7- Tim Walberg (R)
Michigan District 8- Mike Rogers (R)
Michigan District 9-
Michigan District 10- Candice Miller (R)
Michigan District 11- Thaddeus McCotter (R)
Michigan District 12- Sander Levin (D)
Michigan District 13- Hansen Clarke (D)
Michigan District 14- John Conyers (D)
Michigan District 15- John Dingell (D)

Minnesota District 1- Tim Walz (D)
Minnesota District 2- John Kline (R)
Minnesota District 3-Erik Paulsen (R)
Minnesota District 4- Betty McCollum (D)
Minnesota District 5- Keith Ellison (D)
Minnesota District 6- Michelle Bachmann (R)
Minnesota District 7- Collin Peterson (D)
Minnesota District 8- Chip Cravaack (R)

Missouri District 1- Lacy Clay (D)
Missouri District 2- Todd Akin (R)
Missouri District 3- Russ Carnahan (D)
Missouri District 4- Vicky Hartzler (R)
Missouri District 5- Emanuel Cleaver (D)
Missouri District 6- Sam Graves (R)
Missouri District 7- Billy Long (R)
Missouri District 8- Jo Ann Emerson (R)
Missouri District 9- Blaine Luetkemeyer (R)

Mississippi District 1- Alan Nunnelee (R)
Mississippi District 2- Bennie Thompson (D)
Mississippi District 3- Gregg Harper (R)
Mississippi District 4- Steve Palazzo (R)

Montana District 1- Denny Rehberg (R)

North Carolina District 1- G.K. Butterfield (D)
North Carolina District 2- Renee Ellmers (R)
North Carolina District 3- Walter Jones (R)
North Carolina District 4- David Price (D)
North Carolina District 5- Virginia Foxx (R)
North Carolina District 6- Howard Coble (R)
North Carolina District 7- Mike McIntyre (D)
North Carolina District 8- Larry Kissell (D)
North Carolina District 9- Sue Myrick (R)
North Carolina District 10- Patrick McHenry (R)
North Carolina District 11- Heath Shuler (D)
North Carolina District 12- Mel Watt (D)
North Carolina District 13- Brad Miller (D)

North Dakota District 1- Rick Berg (R)

Nebraska District 1- Jeff Fortenberry (R)
Nebraska District 2- Lee Terry (R)
Nebraska District 3- Adrian Smith (R)

New Hampshire District 1- Frank Guinta (R)
New Hampshire District 2- Charlie Bass (R)

New Jersey District 1- Robert Andrews (D)
New Jersey District 2- Frank LoBiondo (R)
New Jersey District 3- John Runyan (R)
New Jersey District 4- Chris Smith (R)
New Jersey District 5- Scott Garrett (R)
New Jersey District 6- Frank Pallone (D)
New Jersey District 7- Leonard Lance (R)
New Jersey District 8- Bill Pascrell (D)
New Jersey District 9- Steve Rothman (D)
New Jersey District 10- Donald Payne (D)
New Jersey District 11- Rodney Frehlinghuysen (R)
New Jersey District 12- Rush Holt (D)
New Jersey District 13- Albio Sires (D)

New Mexico District 1- Martin Heinrich (D)
New Mexico District 2- Steve Pearce (R)
New Mexico District 3- Ben R. Lujan (D)

Nevada District 1- Shelley Berkley (D)
Nevada District 2- Dean Heller (R)
Nevada District 3- Joe Heck (R)

New York District 1- Timothy Bishop (D)
New York District 2- Steve Israel (D)
New York District 3- Peter King (R)
New York District 4- Carolyn McCarthy (D)
New York District 5- Gary Ackerman (D)
New York District 6- Gregory Meeks (D)
New York District 7- Joseph Crowley (D)
New York District 8- Jerrold Nadler (D)
New York District 9- Anthony Weiner (D)
New York District 10- Edolphus Towns (D)
New York District 11- Yvette Clarke (D)
New York District 12- Nydia Velazquez (D)
New York District 13- Mike Grimm (R)
New York District 14- Carolyn Maloney (D)
New York District 15-Charles Rangel (D)
New York District 16- Jose E. Serrano (D)
New York District 17- Eliot Engel (D)
New York District 18- Nita Lowey (D)
New York District 19- Nan Hayworth (R)
New York District 20- Christopher Gibson (R)
New York District 21- Paul Tonko (D)
New York District 22- Maurice Hinchey (D)
New York District 23- Bill Owens (D)
New York District 24- Richard Hanna (R)
New York District 25- Daniel Maffei (D)
New York District 26- Christopher Lee (R)
New York District 27- Brian Higgins (D)
New York District 28- Louise Slaughter (D)
New York District 29- Thomas Reed (R)

Ohio District 1- Steve Chabot (R)
Ohio District 2- Jean Schmidt (R)
Ohio District 3- Mike Turner (R)
Ohio District 4- Jim Jordan (R)
Ohio District 5- Bob Latta (R)
Ohio District 6- Bill Johnson (R)
Ohio District 7- Steve Austria (R)
Ohio District 8- John Boehner (R)
Ohio District 9- Marcy Kaptur (D)

Ohio District 10- Dennis Kucinich (D)
Ohio District 11- Marcia Fudge (D)
Ohio District 12- Pat Tiberi (R)
Ohio District 13- Betty Sutton (D)
Ohio District 14- Steve LaTourrette (R)
Ohio District 15- Steve Stivers (R)
Ohio District 16- Jim Renacci (R)
Ohio District 17- Timothy Ryan (D)
Ohio District 18- Bob Gibbs (R)

Oklahoma District 1- John Sullivan (R)
Oklahoma District 2- Dan Boren (D)
Oklahoma District 3- Frank Lucas (R)
Oklahoma District 4- Tom Cole (R)
Oklahoma District 5- James Lankford (R)

Oregon District 1- David Wu (D)
Oregon District 2- Greg Walden (R)
Oregon District 3- Earl Blumenauer (D)
Oregon District 4- Peter DeFazio (D)
Oregon District 5- Kurt Schrader (D)

Pennsylvania District 1- Robert Brady (D)
Pennsylvania District 2- Chaka Fattah (D)
Pennsylvania District 3- Mike Kelly (R)
Pennsylvania District 4-Jason Altmire (D)
Pennsylvania District 5- Glenn Thompson (R)
Pennsylvania District 6- Jim Gerlach (R)
Pennsylvania District 7- Patrick Meehan (R)
Pennsylvania District 8- Michael Fitzpatrick (R)
Pennsylvania District 9- Bill Shuster (R)
Pennsylvania District 10- Thomas Marino (R)
Pennsylvania District 11- Lou Barletta (R)
Pennsylvania District 12- Mark Critz (D)
Pennsylvania District 13- Allyson Schwartz (D)
Pennsylvania District 14- Mike Doyle (D)
Pennsylvania District 15- Charles Dent (R)
Pennsylvania District 16- Joseph Pitts (R)
Pennsylvania District 17- Tim Holden (D)
Pennsylvania District 18- Tim Murphy (R)
Pennsylvania District 19- Todd Platts (R)

Rhode Island District 1- David Cicilline (D)
Rhode Island District 2- Jim Langevin (D)

South Carolina District 1- Tim Scott (R)
South Carolina District 2- Joe Wilson (R)
South Carolina District 3- Jeff Duncan (R)
South Carolina District 4- Trey Gowdy (R)
South Carolina District 5- Mich Mulvaney (R)
South Carolina District 6- Jim Clyburn (D)

South Dakota District 1- Kristi Noem (R)

Tennessee District 1- Phil Roe (R)
Tennessee District 2- John Duncan (R)
Tennessee District 3- Chuck Flieschmann
Tennessee District 4- Scott DeJarlais (R)
Tennessee District 5- Jim Cooper (D)
Tennessee District 6- Diane Black (R)
Tennessee District 7- Marsha Blackburn (R)
Tennessee District 8- Stephen Fincher (R)
Tennessee District 9- Steve Cohen (D)

Texas District 1- Louie Gohmert (R)
Texas District 2- Ted Poe (R)
Texas District 3- Sam Johnson (R)
Texas District 4- Ralph Hall (R)
Texas District 5- Jeb Hensarling (R)
Texas District 6- Joe Barton (R)
Texas District 7- John Culberson (R)
Texas District 8- Kevin Brady (R)
Texas District 9- Al Green (D)
Texas District 10- Michael McCaul (R)
Texas District 11- Mike Conaway (R)
Texas District 12- Kay Granger (R)
Texas District 13- Mac Thornberry (R)
Texas District 14- Ron Paul (R)
Texas District 15- Ruben Hinojosa (D)
Texas District 16-Silvestre Reyes (D)
Texas District 17- Bill Flores (R)
Texas District 18- Sheila Jackson Lee (D)
Texas District 19- Randy Neugebauer (R)
Texas District 20- Charlie Gonzalez (D)
Texas District 21- Lamar Smith (R)
Texas District 22- Pete Olsen (R)
Texas District 23- Lloyd Doggett (D)
Texas District 24- Kenny Marchant (R)
Texas District 25- Lloyd Doggett (D)
Texas District 26- Michael Burgess (R)
Texas District 27-
Texas District 28- Henry Cuellar (D)
Texas District 29- Gene Green (D)
Texas District 30- Eddie Bernice Johnson (D)
Texas District 31- John Carter (R)
Texas District 32- Pete Sessions (R)

Utah District 1- Rob Bishop (R)
Utah District 2- Jim Matheson (D)
Utah District 3- Jason Chaffetz (R)

Virginia District 1- Robert Wittman (R)
Virginia District 2- Scott Rigel (R)
Virginia District 3- Bobby Scott (D)
Virginia District 4- Randy Forbes (R)
Virginia District 5- Robert Hurt (R)
Virginia District 6- Bob Goodlatte (R)
Virginia District 7- Eric Cantor (R)
Virginia District 8- Jim Moran (D)
Virginia District 9- Morgan Griffith (R)
Virginia District 10- Frank Wolf (R)
Virginia District 11- Peter Welch (D)

Vermont District 1- Peter Welch (D)

Washington District 1- Jay Inslee (D)
Washington District 2-
Washington District 3- Jamie Herrera (R)
Washington District 4- Doc Hastings (R)
Washington District 5- Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R)
Washington District 6- Norm Dicks (D)
Washington District 7- Jim McDermott (D)
Washington District 8- Dave Reichert (R)
Washington District 9-

West Virginia District 1- David McKinley (R)
West Virginia District 2- Shelley Moore Capito (R)
West Virginia District 3- Nick Rahall (D)

Wisconsin District 1- Paul Ryan (R)
Wisconsin District 2- Tammy Baldwin (D)
Wisconsin District 3- Ron Kind (D)
Wisconsin District 4- Gwen Moore (D)
Wisconsin District 5- Jim Sensenbrenner (R)
Wisconsin District 6- Tom Petri (R)
Wisconsin District 7- Sean Duffy (R)
Wisconsin District 8- Reid Ribble (R)

Wyoming District 1- Cynthia Lummis (R)


There are 435 House races. Democrats currently hold a 255-178 advantage over Republicans, with two vacancies (one held by each party).

The GOP needs to net 39 House seats to take control of the House of Representatives.


There are 37 Senate races. Democrats currently hold a 57-41 advantage in this chamber, with both independents (Joe Lieberman and Bernie Sanders) caucusing with the Democrats.

The GOP needs to net 10 Senate seats to take control of the Senate.


Townhall- Election Center 2010 Live Results

House Results

Senate Results

Page #2- Senate Seats In Play
Page #3- Election Day 2010- Interesting Links
Wake up America Cross Posted From Marston Chronicles- Our Final Predictions for Today's Elections

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