— Paul Bronks (@BoringEnormous) November 5, 2018
Some tidbits that might help, a bit…
NBC NEWS: as of Nov. 4th, early vote total nationwide is 34,789,998
The total early vote in 2014 was 21,218,015.
— Michael Del Moro (@MikeDelMoro) November 4, 2018
28 states + DC surpassed their 2014 total #earlyvote:
AZ, DC, DE, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, KS, LA, MA, ME, MD, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NJ, NM, OK, SC, TN, VA, WI, and WV
2 states surpassed their 2014 total vote (early + Election Day):
NV and TX
— Michael McDonald (@ElectProject) November 4, 2018
If Democrats hold the line in the Senate this map will tell you why. https://t.co/I3TAII9i4O
— Zeddy (@Zeddary) November 2, 2018
Democrats lead by 8.3 percentage points in our generic ballot average, a dramatic reversal from 10 days ago when they led by 8.2 percentage points. https://t.co/nSPeKmDTNc
— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) November 5, 2018
Net gain of 64 seats in the House.
Net gain of 1 in the Senate (meaning Pence spends a lot of time casting votes)
We win nearly all the big gov races—FL, IL, OH, MI, WI, IA , CO, etc—except Texas.
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) November 5, 2018