As Tim Cavanaugh pointed out, early results in Connecticut (here) and Georgia (here) suggest that Sen. Joe Lieberman and Rep. Cynthia McKinney are both on their way out of Congress—both by bigger margins than anyone predicted. And both of them are going out with as little class as possible. McKinney is screaming about fraud that doesn't actually sound that bad.
One voter went to vote and my name didn't appear on the ballot. The voter went and complained, and then when she went back to cast her vote, my name was on the ballot.
Reason contributer John Tabin IMs: "Gee, a woman couldn't find a name on a screen, and then someone pointed to where it was. Bull Connor lives!"
Meanwhile, Lieberman spent the day claiming that evil bloggers had destroyed his website, and now plans to run on the … oh, this never gets old… on the "Connecticut for Lieberman" ticket against Ned Lamont.
UPDATE: It's 10:54, and Lieberman's campaign is quietly conceding the race and hinting that Joe will launch his independent campaign tomorrow. The only excitement left is to see whether Lieberman uses his concession speech to declare himself the winner of a two-way split decision for first place.