(Worthy News) – The fate of the Senate remained in limbo late Tuesday night as election workers counted ballots to settle hard-fought matchups in swing states.
Even with some races outstanding, the Republican Party‘s hoped-for red wave in the Senate looked more like a ripple as Democratic incumbents held onto seats in New Hampshire, Colorado and Washington state.
Close races in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Arizona, considered critical toss-up contests, had not been fully tallied Tuesday night. What’s more, legal challenges were brewing in Pennsylvania, where Democrats are battling to include mail-in ballots that lack a correctly written date. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]
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