|Indiana-A||Donnelly D - 819450||Mourdock R- 797811|
|Wisconsin||Baldwin D - 1299246||Thompson R -1197062|
|Ohio||Brown D - B||Mandel R|
|Pennsylvania||Casey D - 2900728||Smith R - 2417779|
|Virginia||Kaine D - 1874745||Allen R - 1705164|
|Connecticut||Murphy D - C||McMahon R|
|Mass.||Warren D - E||Brown R|
|Missouri||McCaskill D||- 1484683||Akin R - 1063698|
|Texas - F||Sadler D - 2017224||Cruz R - 2949053|
|WI 7 - H||Kreitlow D - 155068||Duffy R - 200033|
|WI 1 - G||Derban D - 157721||Ryan R - 199715|
|FL 18 - J||Murphy D - 160328||West R - 157872|
|MN 6 - K||Graves D - 175924||Bachmann R - 180131|
A - The Libertarian in the Indiana Senate race received 98K votes, while Donnelly looks like he will win by ~20K. Cue up video of Republican heads exploding.
B - I can't find the numbers right now, but every source that I *can* find has Brown as the victor.
C - Again, I can't find specific numbers right now, but all sources indicate a solid win for Murphy.
E - No numbers yet, but a victory for Warren, ousting Brown after he spent two years filling the Senate seat once held by Ted Kennedy.
F - This one is included here because Cruz is a wingnut. However, his victory is not a surprise.
G - Paul Ryan's Congressional re-election race. Not a surprise (he outspent his challenger by a margin of 9 or 10 to 1), but I was hopeful.
H - Progressive icon Dave Obey used to hold this seat, and I (and many others) hoped that the Ds would retake this seat. They didn't.
J - Wingnut Republican Allen West is behind in his re-election race, but it's *Florida*. Final results may not be in for a while. After the lawyers get involved.
K - Wingnut Republican Michelle Bachmann is ahead in her re-election race. :((