UPDATED: Rand Paul Called; Drudge Predicts Easy Races

Posted: Nov 02, 2010 7:03 PM
Chris Coons beat Christine O'Donnell in Delaware, Roy Blunt beat Robin Carnahan in Missouri, and New Hampshire Governor John Lynch beat out John Stephen in the New Hampshire's governor's race. Check out Townhall's Election Results for more updates.

Exit polls have Rand Paul up 64% over Jack Conway after the first 1000 ballots have been counted, and up 10% after less than 5% of the vote had been called. That's roughly in line with early polling.

Jackie Walorski is up 19 points with only 7% of precincts reporting in Indiana.... this is a huge bellweather. Dan Coats has also been reported a victor in the Senate — that's a pickup for Republicans.

Drudge called races for Republican Rob Portman over Lee Fisher in the Ohio Senate, and Blanche Lincoln fell to John Boozman in Arkansas. Both of these results were expected, but Boozman's advantage is entertaining; Lincoln said earlier than she would win if turnout has been high. Well, turnout has been high....

Republican Governor John Hoeven has taken out Tracy Potter in North Dakota in the seat to replace retiring Sen. Byron Dorgan. The Johnson / Feingold race in Wisconsin has also been called... but again, these are not official results.

Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi says that early results indicate Democrats will maintain a majority in the House...