Skipper Obama Defeated by Republican Tsunami
Was the S.S. Obama shipwrecked after a 15,634-hour ride?
New Balance of Power, January 2011 (4)
Midterm Indecision 2010
Jan 3, 2011 The United States Senate (1)
Republicans gained 6? Seats
Democrats lost 6? Seats
Election Results: 51? Democrats* (-6), 46? Republicans (+6) – 2 Undecided
13 Democrats and 24 Republicans were elected (4)
* Includes two independents, Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Joseph I. Lieberman of Connecticut, who caucus with the Democrats
51 seats needed for a Majority
86% PROBABILITY that Democrats control 51 seats, Nov 2nd 2 pm
48 Democrats, 46 Republicans, 4 Toss Up, and 2 Other
Jan 4, 2011 The House of Representatives(2)
Republicans gained 61? Seats
Democrats lost 61? Seats
Election Results: 185? Democrats, 239? Republicans (+60) – 11 Undecided
218 seats needed for a Majority
House Race Projections:
Oct 29, 2010: 185 Democrats, 200 Republicans, and 50 Undecided
Nov 01, 2010: 181 Democrats, 204 Republicans, and 50 Undecided
Nov 01, 2010: 202 Democrats, 233 Republicans
77% PROBABILITY OF GOP TAKEOVER, Nov 2nd 2 pm
193 Democrats, 215 Republicans, and 27 Toss Up
Governor Race Projections: GOP gains 6 Governorships, Nov 2nd 2 pm
16 Democrats, 29 Republicans, 4 Toss Up and 1 Other
Election Results: 16 Democrats (-9), 4 Undecided, 29 Republicans (+9) , and 1 Independent
Current Balance of Power, 2010
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(1) Current United States Senate
57 Democrats, 41 Republicans, 2 Independents
Race for 37 Seats in the November 2nd Elections
Senator Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut was reelected in 2006 as an independent candidate, and became an Independent Democrat.
Senator Bernard Sanders of Vermont was elected in 2006 as an Independent.
Senator Arlen Specter was reelected in 2004 as a Republican, and became a Democrat on April 30, 2009.
(2) Current House of Representatives, Jan 4, 2007
257 Democrats and 178 Republicans
Race for all Seats in the November 2nd Elections
17 Democrats and 20 Republicans are retiring at the end of their current term.
(3) Currently, there are 26 Democrats, 23 Republicans, and 1 Independent Governors.
37 State elections will be held, currently 19 seats are held by Democratic incumbents and 18 by Republican incumbents.
39 elections total to be held, currently 20 seats are held by Democratic incumbents and 19 by Republican incumbents.
(4) Senate: Includes 1 State leaning towards the Democrats – Washington
1 State leaning towards the Republicans – Lisa Murkowski, the Write In Republican from Alaska , will become the second write-in Senate victor in history.
House: Includes 6 Districts leaning towards the Democrats and 4 Districts leaning towards the Republicans
Governor: 4 States are currently leaning towards the Democrats – Connecticut, Vermont, Illinois, and Minnesota
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