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3:45 AM ET, November 3, 2010

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Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
Live Blogging the Election Returns  —  We will be covering tonight's election returns beginning at around 5 p.m. Eastern, an hour before the first polls close in Kentucky and Indiana.  —  You can follow along here and check out our hour-by-hour, district-by-district guide for watching the returns.
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Alexander Mooney / CNN:
THE LATEST: Live Blogging 2010 Elections from the CNN Election Center  —  The CNN Live Blog will provide THE latest news and analysis from The Best Political Team throughout the night.  For more breaking developments check out @cnnpolitics on Twitter.  —  7:15 p.m. ET: CNN's Jessica Yellin …
The Media Desk / Media Decoder:
Election Night: Live Blogging the Media Coverage  —  With issues like health care and the dismal economy on most voters' minds and the emergence of the Tea Party and new political personalities like Carly Fiorina and Christine O'Donnell, tonight's midterm election results are being covered …
Anthony York / PolitiCal:
Prop. 19 headed to defeat, exit polls show  —  California voters appear to have rejected Prop.  19, an effort to legalize marijuana and allow local governments to tax the sale of the drug.  —  Prop. 19 received national attention, but relatively little money was spent on the campaign.
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Emily Swanson / The Huffington Post:
Exit Polls 2010: See The Results  —  In just a few moments, exit polling data will start percolating through news sites and blogs.  Before looking at the data, what should you know before consuming exit poll data?  —  When will the exit polls tell us who won?
Jim Geraghty / National Review:
The First Reactions to the Exits, if Not the Exits Themselves
Torey Van Oot / Capitol Alert:
Exit polls show voters split by age on Prop. 19
Anthony York / PolitiCal:
Barbara Boxer projected to win a fourth Senate term
Discussion: Fox Nation and AlterNet.org
Anthony York / PolitiCal:
Jerry Brown projected winner in California governor's race
Discussion: Swampland
The Politico:
LUNTZ CALLS IT FOR REID  —  GOP polling guru Frank Luntz is predicting Republicans will win seven Senate seats and 50 House spots, based on exit polls he had seen.  On a conference call with associates from K Street, Luntz also said he thinks Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will win reelection.
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
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Molly Ball / The Politico:
Sharron Angle files voter intimidation complaint  —  LAS VEGAS — A lawyer for Nevada Senate candidate Sharron Angle has filed a complaint with the Justice Department alleging illegal voter intimidation on behalf of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's campaign.
Alexander Bolton / Ballot Box:
Toomey captures seat of his old nemesis, Arlen Specter
Discussion: Reuters
Gschwarzcnn / CNN:
Exit Polls: Voters give low marks to both parties  —  (CNN) - Voters may not be happy with the Democratic Party.  But they aren't too thrilled with the GOP either, according to early exit polls.  —  Democrats have a 10-point favorability gap: 43 percent of voters have a positive opinion of the party, while 53 percent aren't thrilled.
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Wall Street Journal:
Democratic Coalition Crumbles, Exit Polls Say  —  Amid deep pessimism about the economy, the coalition of voters that gave Democrats control of Congress in 2006 appears to have fractured.  —  Preliminary exit polls showed that the party lost ground to Republicans in Tuesday's midterm elections among women …
Devin Dwyer / ABCNEWS:
GOP Poised to Control U.S. House, ABC News Expects
Discussion: The Politico and No Left Turns
Gary Langer / ABCNEWS:
Preliminary Exit Polls: Large Majority of Voters Dissatisfied With Government
Discussion: The Politico, CNN and Gateway Pundit
Gschwarzcnn / CNN:
Exit Polls: the surprise in Delaware  —  (CNN) - The thing about Delaware is: it's no Kentucky.  —  The Tea Party's first Senate loss of the night may be no big surprise - the only question heading into tonight's been how big a victory margin Chris Coons would capture over Christine O'Donnell.
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Peter Grier / Christian Science Monitor:   Lesson from Christine O'Donnell defeat: where tea party overreached
Lauren Effron / ABCNEWS:
Tea Party and Sarah Palin-Backed Nikki Haley Wins S.C. Gov. Race
Discussion: CNN, The Note and Top of the Ticket
Bertha Lewis / ACORN:
The end of an era: ACORN files Chapter 7 bankruptcy  —  For over 40 years ACORN has fought the good fight.  From a few initial neighborhoods in Little Rock, Arkansas, we grew to become a large, active, national organization of low- and moderate-income families, mostly people of color …
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Michael A. Memoli / Los Angeles Times:
ACORN filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy
Discussion: Big Government
Jeff Zeleny / New York Times:
G.O.P. Captures House, but Falls Short in Senate  —  Republicans captured control of the House of Representatives on Tuesday and expanded their voice in the Senate, riding a wave of voter discontent as they dealt a setback to President Obama just two years after his triumphal victory.
Michael Cooper / New York Times:
Victories Suggest Wider Appeal of Tea Party  —  The Tea Party victories by Rand Paul of Kentucky and Marco Rubio of Florida underscored the extent to which Republicans and Democrats alike may have underestimated the power of the Tea Party, a loosely-affiliated, at times ill-defined …
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Campbell Robertson / New York Times:
A Victorious Paul Vows to Stick to Message
Kate Zernike / New York Times:
Tea Party Comes to Power on an Unclear Mandate
Discussion: Pew Research Center
MyFox Philadelphia:
New Black Panther Seen At Polling Place  —  No Voter Intimidation Reported Tuesday At Poll  —  PHILADELPHIA - Fox 29 News spotted Tuesday a member of the New Black Panther Party standing outside of a local polling place where voter intimidation was reported two years ago.
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Larry O'Connor / Breitbart.tv:   EXCLUSIVE: Witness: Same New Black Panther; Same Polling Place; Same Polling Threat!
Evan Bayh / New York Times:
Where Do Democrats Go Next?  —  DEMOCRATS can recover from the disappointments of this election and set the stage for success in 2012.  But to do so we must learn from Tuesday's results.  —  Many of our problems were foreseeable.  A public unhappy about the economy will take it out on the party in power …
Discussion: Oliver Willis and The Maddow Blog
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Paul Begala / The Huffington Post:
A Centrist Democratic Agenda: More Jobs, Less Corruption
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
Peter Baker / The Caucus:
Bush Considered Dropping Cheney From 2004 Ticket  —  President George W. Bush considered dumping Vice President Dick Cheney from his 2004 reelection ticket to dispel the myths about Mr. Cheney's power in the White House and “demonstrate that I was in charge,” the former president says in a new memoir.
Discussion: Telegraph, The Note, Raw Story and The Hill
Denis / Gay Politics:
BREAKING: Lexington, Kentucky elects openly gay mayor  —  Kentucky's second-largest city has elected an openly gay man as its next mayor.  Vice-Mayor Jim Gray was victorious tonight in his second campaign for the city's top job, beating incumbent Mayor Jim Newberry.
Discussion: Poliglot and Daily Kos
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Andy Mead / Lexington Herald-Leader:
Jim Gray elected mayor of Lexington
Discussion: Advocate
WisPolitics Election Blog:
Feingold campaign manager: It ain't over  —  Feingold's campaign manager George Aldrich told the crowd in Middleton that only 40 percent of the vote has been reported.  —  “Russ is down by 80,000 votes, but...up to 1.4 million votes haven't been counted,” he told the crowd.
Discussion: Althouse
Eric Moskowitz / Boston Globe:
Frank easily wins re-election, defeats Bielat  —  loading video...  Requires Adobe Flash Player  —  NEWTON - Barney Frank, the irascible powerbroker who has survived scandal, repeated redistricting, and the ups and downs of the Democratic Party, today easily beat back his strongest challenge in years.
Coordinator / ABC News' Press Room:
ABC's Letter to Andrew Breitbart  —  The following letter was sent from ABC and received by Mr. Breitbart:  —  Dear Mr. Breitbart,  —  We have spent the past several days trying to make clear to you your limited role as a participant in our digital town hall to be streamed on ABCNews.com and Facebook.
Ian Urbina / New York Times:
Reports of Intimidation and Electronic Problems Surface at Polls Across the U.S.  —  WASHINGTON — Voters in some states encountered isolated problems with electronic voting machines and delays in the opening of polling stations, but they also reported many instances of voter intimidation and misinformation.
Discussion: The BRAD BLOG
William Yardley / The Caucus:
Spelling Lessons in Alaska  —  GIRDWOOD, Alaska - For all the passion of the mid-term election cycle, pragmatism played a role on Election Day.  —  This ski village is the official residence of Senator Lisa Murkowski.  And although Ms. Murkowski is a Republican and Girdwood is among …
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
The big tech pedigree doesn't help: Whitman and Fiorina go down in flames  —  Perhaps tonight's elections in California should be a lesson for technology executives at big tech companies.  The pedigree of being an executive at a major tech company isn't necessarily a winning background for California politics.
 
 
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Lance Williams / California Watch:
How Whitman spent $160 million
Anne Bayefsky / Weekly Standard:
Durban III Set for New York City in September 2011
Discussion: Israel Matzav and Weasel Zippers
Aharding / CNN:
Obama to hold news conference Wednesday
Matt Bai / New York Times:
Another Election, Another Wave
John Nolte / Big Journalism:
Michele Bachman Humiliates Chris Matthews: How's That Leg Tingle Doing Tonight?
Steve Benen / Washington Monthly:
ELECTION NIGHT, SIXTH AND FINAL THREAD.... I'm getting pretty tired …
Damian Paletta / Washington Wire:
Three Powerful Committee Chairmen Fall
Marc Lynch / Foreign Policy:
Does the election matter for the Middle East?
Discussion: Eunomia and Daniel W. Drezner
 Earlier Items: 
Jim Demint / Wall Street Journal:
Welcome, Senate Conservatives
Discussion: The Politico, The Plum Line and CNN
Eric Kleefeld / TPMDC:
The End Of A Progressive Champion: Russ Feingold Loses To Ron Johnson
Marc Ambinder / The Atlantic Online:
Humility  —  In 2008, a New Orleans funeral procession cling …
NDTV.com:
US to spend $200 mn a day on Obama's Mumbai visit
Russell Berman / The Hill:
Democrats file first legal challenges
Discussion: CNN
Marc Ambinder / The Atlantic Online:
What I'm Hearing: Absolutely Nothing
Discussion: Taylor Marsh and The Awl