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Darius Dixon / Politico:
Ted Cruz wins reelection over Beto O'Rourke  —  Republican Sen. Ted Cruz locked in a second term Tuesday by defeating Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke, seeing off Democrats' most aggressive attempt in decades to win a statewide office in Texas.  —  Cruz had 51 percent of the vote to 49 percent …
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Cheyenne Haslett / ABC News:
Midterm election 2018 live updates: Trump says ‘success’ despite Democrats projected to take House  —  President Donald Trump is claiming “tremendous success” on Twitter — even as his party loses control of the House to Democrats according to ABC News projections.  —  Democrats will pick up at least 23 seats.
Eli Stokols / Los Angeles Times:
Trump tells confidants Ryan is to blame for Republican election setbacks  —  Hours before polls closed on Tuesday, President Trump already was blaming retiring Speaker Paul D. Ryan for not doing enough to support his agenda and keep the House in Republican hands.
Washington Post:
Trump readies for 2020 campaign with no plans to change his approach
Discussion: Politico and Mediaite
NBC News:
Out of many, several trailblazing ‘firsts’ elected across country  —  The first Muslim women and Native Americans, among others, will be headed to Congress.  —  WASHINGTON — The first two Native American and Muslim congresswomen are headed to the U.S. House, and Massachusetts is getting …
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Elana Schor / Politico:
Voters send record number of women to Congress
Discussion: Political Wire
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
Last Slide  —  MADISON - After upending Wisconsin politics and infuriating liberals across the country, Gov. Scott Walker narrowly lost his bid for a third term Tuesday to Tony Evers, the leader of the education establishment Walker blew up eight years ago.  —  The Associated Press called …
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Dan Merica / CNN:
Scott Walker loses bid for third term in Wisconsin
Discussion: Joe.My.God.
Daniel Strauss / Politico:
Democrat Tony Evers ousts Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker
Discussion: Washington Post
Scott Bauer / Associated Press:
Democrat Tony Evers elected Wisconsin governor, denying Republican Scott Walker a third term
Discussion: Townhall
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Colby Itkowitz / Washington Post:
How to argue about whether these midterms were a ‘blue wave’
Discussion: Vox, Mother Jones and Althouse
Glenn Harlan Reynolds / USA Today:   Election results 2018: Forget the blue wave and behold the purple puddle
NBC News:
Dennis Hof, the brothel owner who died last month, wins election  —  The reality TV star was found dead on Oct. 16 after a weekend of parties celebrating his 72nd birthday.  —  LAS VEGAS — A Nevada brothel owner and reality TV star who died last month after fashioning himself …
Discussion: CNBC
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Colton Lochhead / Las Vegas Review-Journal:
Steve Sisolak becomes Nevada's first Democratic governor in decades  —  Nevada Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Sisolak delivers his victory speech at an election night watch party in Las Vegas, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2018.  Benjamin Hager Las Vegas Review-Journal
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and TheBlaze
Henry Brean / Las Vegas Review-Journal:   Dennis Hof, deceased brothel owner, wins Nevada Assembly race
EndPlay / WSB-TV:
MINUTE-BY-MINUTE: Abrams implies runoff likely; Kemp confident victory is near  —  ATLANTA - Georgia voters turned out to decide a number of key races on the ballot, including the heated showdown for governor between Democrat Stacey Abrams, Republican Brian Kemp and Libertarian Ted Metz.
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Carol Anderson / The Atlantic:
Brian Kemp's Lead in Georgia Needs an Asterisk
Discussion: CBS News
Steven Shepard / Politico:
7 takeaways from a wild midterm election  —  Driven by massive voter turnout, the 2018 midterm election was both a blue wave and a red wave.  It just depended on which map you were looking at.  —  Democrats blazed a suburban trail to wrest control of the House from Republicans …
Discussion: Washington Post
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Washington Post:
Midterm elections: Democrats flip House as GOP expands Senate majority
Charlie Mahtesian / Politico:   Trump's Narrative vs. Pelosi's Subpoenas
The Daily Beast:
Dana Rohrabacher, Putin's Favorite Congressman, Loses his Seat to Democrat Harley Rouda  —  Rep. Dana Rohrabacher—the pro-Russia Republican who once boasted about a drunken arm-wrestling contest with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the 1990s—has lost his seat to Democrat Harley Rouda.
Discussion: Raw Story, POLITICUSUSA and Voice of OC
NBC News:
Live blog: Midterm election 2018 results, news and analysis  —  Watch Live: NBC News coverage of the 2018 midterm elections  —  Tuesday's pivotal midterm elections will determine control of Congress — and while President Donald Trump's name doesn't appear on the ballot, his presidency and his policies are on the line.
Ezra Klein / Vox:
Republicans are paying the Trump tax  —  Trump's political strategy is failing.  —  At this point, Democrats look certain to take back the House.  But due to geography and gerrymandering, their majority in the chamber will fall far short of their majority at the polls.
Discussion: Weekly Standard and The Guardian
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Jennifer Brett / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:   Georgia's 6th District race is still too close to call
Catherine Boudreau / Politico:
Schiff: Democratic House will tackle the oversight that GOP ‘abdicated’  —  California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff vowed Tuesday to ensure that the House Intelligence Committee reclaims its duty to conduct oversight of the Trump administration — a job he said the GOP “completely abdicated.”
Discussion: Breitbart
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Matthew Mosk / ABC News:
Trump facing unfriendly Democratic House and specter of investigations
Discussion: Politico, Bloomberg and BloombergQuint
Sabrina Rodriguez / Politico:
Kevin Cramer ousts Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota  —  Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer defeated Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota on Tuesday, flipping a state President Donald Trump won by 36 percentage points into the Senate GOP's column.  —  Cramer had 58 percent of the vote …
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James Arkin / Politico:
Marsha Blackburn beats Phil Bredesen to retain Tennessee seat for GOP
Discussion: ABC News, The Daily Beast and Townhall
Simon Denyer / Washington Post:
Pompeo's meeting with North Korean counterpart called off at last minute  —  TOKYO — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's planned meeting with his North Korean counterpart in New York has been called off at the last minute, the State Department announced Wednesday, without giving any explanation or new date.
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Hyung-Jin Kim / Associated Press:   Pompeo meeting with North Korean envoy delayed
Justin Wingerter / Daily Oklahoman:
Kendra Horn upsets Steve Russell in an Oklahoma City stunner  —  For a complete list of all the statewide results, visit our ELECTION RESULTS page.  —  In a political upset for the history books, Kendra Horn has broken a 44-year Republican hold on Oklahoma's 5th congressional district …
Oliver Darcy / CNN:
‘It disturbs me to my core’: Fox News staffers express outrage over Hannity's rally appearance  —  New York (CNN)Fox News journalists were outraged and disgusted after Sean Hannity, the network's star host, campaigned with President Donald Trump on Monday night ahead of the midterm elections …
Will Wright / Lexington Herald-Leader:
Kim Davis, clerk who refused to sign marriage licenses for gay couples, loses to Democrat  —  MOREHEAD  —  Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk made famous by her refusal to sign marriage licenses for gay couples, lost Tuesday in her reelection bid for the Rowan County clerkship.
WXYZ-TV:
Rep. Mike Bishop concedes race to Democrat Elissa Slotkin in MI's 8th Congressional district  —  (WXYZ) - Republican incumbent Mike Bishop has conceded the race for Michigan's 8th Congressional District to Democrat Elissa Slotkin.  —  Slotkin, from Holly, previously worked in both the George W. Bush …
German Lopez / Vox:
Jared Polis becomes first openly gay person elected governor in America  —  The Democrat ran on a progressive platform, contrasting himself from his Republican opponent.  —  Jared Polis has won the Colorado governor's race, becoming the first openly gay person to be elected governor in America.
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Discussion: The Week and IJR
 
 
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Philip Klein / Washington Examiner:
Exit polls: Majority of voters say Russia investigation ‘politically motivated’
Discussion: CNN
Axios:
Two Americas: amplified, tearing apart
Jacob Pramuk / CNBC:
Three red states vote to expand Medicaid during an election where health care was the top issue
Discussion: Vox
Yvonne Wingett Sanchez / Arizona Republic:
Sinema vs. McSally
Discussion: Axios, Political Wire and USA Today
John Wagner / Washington Post:
Trump to assess midterm results in late morning news conference
Isaac Stanley-Becker / Washington Post:
Steve King survives to win reelection in Iowa
CNN:
Paul Ryan: “Tonight history has repeated itself”
Discussion: FOX2now.com
Rachel Swan / San Francisco Chronicle:
Prop. 6: Californians reject gas tax repeal measure
 Earlier Items: 
Tony Romm / Washington Post:
Facebook ties newly suspended accounts to the Kremlin: A ‘timely reminder’ of election meddling threat
Dominic Holden / BuzzFeed News:
Michigan Just Became The 10th State To Legalize Weed In The US
Discussion: Raw Story and Axios
Libby Nelson / Vox:
Democrat Laura Kelly wins in Kansas, defeating Kris Kobach
Dylan Scott / Vox:
Mike Braun elected to US Senate: Republican wins Indiana race over centrist Democrat
Discussion: Politico, Mother Jones, ABC News and Axios
Washington Post:
Ryan Zinke's house guest impersonated the secretary Monday night.  Then he called Park Police on the neighbors.