Now that I’ve gotten a full night’s sleep, here I am with a political hangover: I’m a little cranky and sore, and looking back on the events of last night it’s all kind of a blur. So, while I sip my coffee, some musings about last night’s election results. I’ll keep it brief because others who are smarter and more eloquent than I will be analyzing throughout the day. Read More The Morning After: Political Hangover
The 2010 midterm elections will decide who will fill all 435 seats on the House of Representatives and 37/100 seats on the Senate. To gain control, Republicans need to gain 39 seats in the House and 10 seats on the Senate. If, as predicted, the Republicans/Tea Partiers do gain control, current Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will be replaced by Ohio Republican Rep. John Boehner. Read More 2010 Midterms: What’s at Stake?