US midterm elections 2022: Arizona still has 400,000 votes to count in its largest county, Nevada could not be called until TOMORROW as Georgia runoff is confirmed and counting drags on
The midterm election results were not the ‘red tsunami’ the Republicans were hoping for as President Joe Biden takes credit for Democrat hold outs – and control of Congress is still up in the air.
All 435 seats in the House of Representatives were up for grabs Tuesday night, as were 34 of the 50 Senate seats and 36 governorships – in addition to a myriad of state and local roles.
The crucial Nevada Senate race is close as more votes have come through, while Arizona is counting through the night and Wisconsin is too close to call.
In Colorado, Trump loyalist Lauren Boebert faced a nail-biting race to keep her House seat.
Democrats have largely focused their campaigns on outrage over the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade and subsequent Republican-led efforts to curb abortion access.
Republicans, meanwhile, have focused their campaigns on kitchen table issues such as the economy, inflation and rising crime rates. A growing number of Americans are discontent with the state of their pocketbooks, and the GOP has tied that to Biden and Democrats’ policies over the last two years.
Follow along with DailyMail.com’s live blog coverage of how last night’s races play out.