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.
What I'm watching -- CO-Sen (feel good about that one), OR-Gov (a bit scared there), MN-Gov, CT-Gov, and VT-Gov.
Update 1: Jim DeMint puts his party establishment on notice:
The establishment is much more likely to try to buy off your votes than to buy into your limited-government philosophy. Consider what former GOP senator-turned-lobbyist Trent Lott told the Washington Post earlier this year: "As soon as they get here, we need to co-opt them."
Don't let them. Co-option is coercion. Washington operates on a favor-based economy and for every earmark, committee assignment or fancy title that's given, payback is expected in return. The chits come due when the roll call votes begin. This is how big-spending bills that everyone always decries in public always manage to pass with just enough votes.
Update 2: Terryl Clark lost 52-40 against Bachmann, not a bad showing given the night and the district and the lack of support she got from a party on the defensive. If she runs again in 2012, things will be better, and I'd definitely have her back.
Also, Dayton (D) now has a decent lead in the MN-GOV race -- 16K votes with 87% in and mostly friendly areas left to report. I like our chances of picking up that seat.