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    Something cute:

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    And why can't Floridians count?


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    FWIW :
    White men as a share of House Democrats is set to decline from 41% to 38% as a result of this election.
    Meanwhile, the percentage of white men as a share of House Republicans is on track to rise from 86% to 90%

    Non white-women have already seen the light and vote for Ds in droves.
    One of these days, white American women shall too see the light....


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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile
    Why does it take so long to count?
    Until about 10 minutes ago in AZ, apparently. Sinema is the new Senator for Arizona.

    Florida is now trying to suppress votes from military stationed abroad, so that fight continues in governor and senate races.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirNotAppearing
    Florida is now trying to suppress votes from military stationed abroad, so that fight continues in governor and senate races.
    Shhhhhh!

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    Results keep coming in....after the latest win by Cisneros, Orange County (aka Reagan County) is red no more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viktri
    I'm more interested in voter turnout compared to previous years. Did substantially more people vote in this election?
    Now that we are almost all done, its time to look and see - yup, it was a record:
    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-polit...ctions-turnout

    Quote Originally Posted by kimwy66
    More of a Blue pond ripple than a wave.
    Pond Ripple
    Thats cute - it was a term being thrown around on the election night but now the results are pretty much solidified, the consensus is : yup, it was a big blue wave.

    One of the interesting bit of numbers from the night :
    Trump won with around 63 million votes in 2016
    Dems mustered around 60 million votes in 2018
    Thats yuge for a mid term election

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...-wave-was-real
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