SENATE: GOP +6 in the Senate (picked up IL, IN, AR, PA, WI, ND)
GOVERNOR: R+2 (GOP: IA, OH, NM, PA; DEM: CA; IND: 1)
HOUSE: R+59 (R+61, D+2)
D pickups: DE-AL, LA-02
R pickups: AL-02, AR-01, AR-02, CO-03, CO-04, IN-08, IN-09, FL-02, FL-08, FL-22, FL-24, GA-02, IL-11, IL-14, IL-17, IN-08, IN-09, KS-03, LA-03, MD-01, MO-04, MS-01, MI-01, MS-04, MO-04, NH-01, NH-02, NJ-03, NM-02, NY-13, NY-19, NY-20, NY-24, NY-29, NC-02, ND-AL, OH-06, OH-12, OH-15, OH-16, OH-18, PA-03, PA-07, PA-08, PA-10, PA-11, SC-05, SD-AL, TN-04, TN-06, TN-08, TX-17, TX-23, VA-02, VA-05, VA-09, WA-03, WV-01, WI-07, WI-08.
Dems lose TX-23. Sink will likely lose FL-Gov -- it's still a 1% race with 99% in. The Dem collapse in the state killed what was a winnable race against yet another crazy GOPer.
Update 1: Dems hold their endangered House members in MN, and things are looking promising in the governor's race.
Update 2: I missed Dems losing IA-Gov. That one was never in doubt.
Update 3: Dems lose 15 state legislative chambers.
Update 4: CO-03 goes GOP, another Blue Dog bites it. That's 24 of their 48 members gone. They really don't get to tell Democrats how to win anymore.
Update 5: NY Times:
The question is: Will either side draw the right lessons from this midterm election?
Mr. Obama, and his party, have to do a far better job of explaining their vision and their policies. Mr. Obama needs to break his habits of neglecting his base voters and of sitting on the sidelines and allowing others to shape the debate. He needs to do a much better job of stiffening the spines of his own party’s leaders.