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Ok, I'm stupid....how did we do as a whole?? (Original Post) a kennedy Nov 2022 OP
too early to call jcgoldie Nov 2022 #1
+1000 nt WarGamer Nov 2022 #13
Still happening, some sad losses (T. Ryan, C. Beasley, V. Deming, Beto) elleng Nov 2022 #2
Thanks, yah, sick over Deming..... a kennedy Nov 2022 #7
We won some, we lost some. n/t TygrBright Nov 2022 #3
Quite well so far considering mvd Nov 2022 #4
Yes, I think you are right. wnylib Nov 2022 #14
Much better than expected but still likely to lose the House. Claustrum Nov 2022 #5
Dunno yet- check back tomorrow. Nt Fiendish Thingy Nov 2022 #6
Nevada is important. Sneederbunk Nov 2022 #8
THERE IS NO "RED WAVE"! DemocraticPatriot Nov 2022 #9
Haters are getting shellached en masse. lindysalsagal Nov 2022 #10
No you are not! We have done well...we will IMHO keep the Senatate and we have a chance for the Demsrule86 Nov 2022 #11
Garrett Haake was at a Kevin McCarthy's election party, and it was very, very, very subdued Kennah Nov 2022 #12


(133,074 posts)
2. Still happening, some sad losses (T. Ryan, C. Beasley, V. Deming, Beto)
Wed Nov 9, 2022, 12:45 AM
Nov 2022

but no big legislative losses; still counting.


(22,783 posts)
14. Yes, I think you are right.
Wed Nov 9, 2022, 02:00 AM
Nov 2022

I am glad that we have done as well as we have in spite of it being a midterm that should favor the R's more

But, we can't always count on things like a SC ruling and lunatic R candidates.

We need to work hard at gaining rural voters and changing their mind set. We need much more local grass roots ground work in states, counties, and cities.

I am in a traditionally blue state, NY. But a map of red vs. blue regions shows the state is nearly solid red except for NYC, Albany, and Buffalo. That is not good. NY should be able to put many more Dems in the House.


(4,860 posts)
5. Much better than expected but still likely to lose the House.
Wed Nov 9, 2022, 12:46 AM
Nov 2022

No red wave for sure. Probably not even red drips. They might gain 10-ish House seats. Senate is still a toss up. We gained quite a few governorships.


(5,221 posts)
Wed Nov 9, 2022, 12:52 AM
Nov 2022

There is no 'blue wave' either, but the indicators look better for us than for the Republicans.

We held the NH Senate seat. We won the PA Governorship...

and there have been NO "surprise Republican wins" ~ MSNBC

We are holding the line. There is no Democratic disaster as predicted by the MSM. It seems more of an even contest, like 2000 or 2020...

Democrats even still have a chance to hold to hold the House, although I do not personally hope for that, because of gerrymanding...

You can sleep easy believing that there will be no 'Democratic distaster'. NO 'red wave'

Many votes remain to count, and that may take days.... but we will not be "shellacked"

'this may be the best midterm for a party holding the white house, in history' ~ MSNBC

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