Democrats had already retained their majority, but by keeping Warnock's seat, they gained even more power in the upper chamber to hinder Republican opposition.
And most of them quietly slunk away afterwards.
What's happening right now in Cochise County, Arizona, should make the passage of the Electoral Count Reform Act even more urgent.
A hobbled Congress isn’t a solution to our woes, but it’s a lot better than lawmakers set loose.
It's still the economy, stupid.
After House Democrats' Midterm Defeat, Nancy Pelosi Says She'll Step Down From Congressional Leadership
The first female speaker of the House leaves behind a legacy of big government liberalism.
Voters rejected other Republicans who have cozied up to the former president, including Senate candidate Blake Masters and secretary of state candidate Mark Finchem.
Republican Joe Lombardo ousts incumbent Steve Sisolak over pandemic closures.
Plus: "you can't spoil what's already rotten," inflation stayed high in October, Election 2022 takeaways, and more...
As the race that may decide control of the Senate heads to a runoff, the third-party candidate is fielding criticism from both sides that he spoiled the race.
Big-government conservatives underperformed across the country.
Join us Thursday at 1 p.m. E.T. for a livestream with the chair of the Libertarian National Committee to discuss the state of the party post-midterms.
What we know about 2022 midterm results so far
Voters in California, Michigan, and Vermont embraced constitutional amendments to protect abortion rights, while Kentuckians rejected an anti-abortion amendment.
Republican Governors Ron DeSantis and Brian Kemp made a name for themselves opposing COVID mandates.
Plus: California's latest faux-trafficking sting, judge suspends New York gun restrictions, and more...
Plus: Peter Suderman may or may not attempt a rendition of a famous rap from the movie Bulworth.
Plus: University cancels "The Problem of Whiteness" class, Twitter's snowflake-in-chief, and more...
The most jarring thing about Senate candidate J.D. Vance is how open he is about rejecting the rule of law.
Neither candidate in the crucially important Pennsylvania Senate race has made much of a positive case for his candidacy.
The anti-immigrant tenor of the state's GOP candidates is keeping reasonable conversations about border security out of reach.
In a campaign where much of the focus has been on Donald Trump and January 6, McMullin's CIA career deserves more interrogation.
A genuine surprise: Politicians prioritize a bill’s possible success over partisan campaign signaling.
New Hampshire Republican candidates get a leg up from expensive Democratic ad buys.
The current and former presidents offer dueling but equally apocalyptic takes on this fall’s elections.
Plus: Backpage appeal hits the 9th Circuit today, E.U. petition would ban anyone born after 2010 from ever buying nicotine products, and more...
Dennis Misigoy is unsparing in his criticism of both Rubio and likely Democratic nominee Val Demings.
The State Board of Elections has allowed the Green Party to register as an official political party amid a signature validity dispute plaguing its House and Senate candidates.
Democracy means accepting results you're not happy about.
Donald Trump's candidates didn't do particularly well on Tuesday, but he continues to succeed at making himself the center of attention.
If the Space Force goes down before it ever got up on its feet, that's probably for the best.
Candidates who channeled Trump on immigration got roundly smacked.
He's not the first dead person to win an election.
The progressive wunderkind will bring to Washington an ambitious, expensive policy agenda.
It's unorthodox, but it makes sense.
Launch of statewide ranked-choice voting will help us see who best earns the support of independents.
Meanwhile, Alex Jones yells at horseshit.
I Don't Hate Trump Because He Is 'the Average American in Exaggerated Form.' I Dislike Him Because of His Policies and Temperament.
In the name of owning the libs, Yale's David Gelertner smears Americans as venal narcissists who can't agree to disagree.
Many Americans don't care about who is right or wrong; they only care about crushing political enemies.