Hahaha, check out the headline on this Republican National Committee press release
Hillary's Policies Were On The Ballot
Nice try, guys, but even if we assume that Hillary Clinton's policies are the same as, or at least largely similar to, President Obama's policies, there's a little problem: Neither Hillary Clinton nor President Obama were on any ballots. Moreover, to the extent that actual policy questions were literally on the ballot on Tuesday, voters overwhelmingly preferred the more progressive position. Even in states that elected Republicans, voters approved ballot measures that raised the minimum wage and guaranteed paid sick leave and rejected measures that would have restricted reproductive choice.
Nonetheless, the GOP thinks they can parlay their low-turnout 2014 victory into a 2016 win:
After A Historic Rebuke In Yesterday's Midterms, The Obama-Clinton Policies Will Be On The Ballot Again In 2016
Perhaps, but Republicans had better hope not, because (a) when those policy questions were on the ballot on 2014, they passed and (b) when President Obama himself was on the ballot in 2008 and 2012, he won. The real story about 2016 is that in 2016, more people will vote than voted in 2014. And when more people vote, it's not a good thing for the GOP. So yes, Hillary might be on the ballot. And so might policies that she supports. And both will win.