Election night 2018 went, largely, according to expectations. What does it mean for governance between now and 2020? Nothing good — unless you like partisan sniping and a whole lot of inaction.
SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:
Dems take the House, GOP keeps the Senate https://cnn.it/2DtRc1N
The biggest news on election night https://cnn.it/2DpPm1J
ICYMI: The day after the 2010 midterms https://cnn.it/2DtQBNB
Here they are: the election results https://cnn.it/2JJejFI
Election night play-by-play https://cnn.it/2zyGaE1
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