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          Network Engineer - Rockfort Consulting - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page      
Able to communicate with the customer and be able to present solutions to customers at CIO, CXO level. Must be able to clearly interact with the customer,...
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          Enterprise Data Architect - Odyssey Systems Consulting Group - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page      
Communicate the value of the enterprise data architecture to the Laboratory. Assess the Laboratory current state enterprise data model and provide...
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          Network Engineer - Rockfort Consulting - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page      
Able to communicate with the customer and be able to present solutions to customers at CIO, CXO level. Must be able to clearly interact with the customer,...
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          Enterprise Data Architect - Odyssey Systems Consulting Group - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page      
Communicate the value of the enterprise data architecture to the Laboratory. Assess the Laboratory current state enterprise data model and provide...
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          Neoliberal reform in Machu Picchu : protecting a community, heritage site, and tourism destination in Peru      Cache   Translate Page      
Pellegrino A. Luciano.. Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books [2018] -- Lettres et sciences humaines : F 3429.1 M3 L83 2018
          Senior Field Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, Description The Sr. Field Project Manager is responsible to increase the win rate enabling the region to add incremental revenue which has not been prior budgeted. Responsibilities: Ensures Health and Safety is the number one goal by following policies, processes, and acting in a safe manner at all times. Serves as Sr. Project Manager for Environmental Construction group. Manages and oversees smal
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MA-Lexington, Job Title: Buyer Location: Lexington, MA Duration : 06 Months Job Description Summary Senior strategic Buyer in Site Procurement group supporting MA manufacturing locations in Direct and Indirect strategic procurement activities. Someone with experience managing suppliers; ideally has GMP/Manufacturing background as well as contracts, SAP and improvement experience. Job Description: This position
          Mealey's Insurance - Farmer Charged With Fraud Scheme Against Federal Crop Reinsurer      Cache   Translate Page      
LEXINGTON, Ky. - The U.S. government in a Nov. 1 indictment filed in a Kentucky federal court accuses a farmer of fraudulently submitting statements to a government agency that reinsures his crops (United States v. Keith Foley, No. 18-cr-00154, E.D. Ky.).
          Temporary Drivers Needed for Leading Ground Delivery Company - Company Vehicle      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, Temporary Drivers Needed for Leading Ground Delivery Company - Company Vehicle Flexible Schedules. Extra Cash. Temporary Drivers Randstad Sourceright is hiring temporary Drivers to provide transportation services to FedEx Ground, one of our company’s most admired clients. Enjoy the rewards of this fast-paced job and a chance to work with an industry leader. Qualifications include:* • 21 years or o
          Lexington Lawyers Reporting That New Kentucky State Parenting Law Is Proving To Be Popular With Couples      Cache   Translate Page      
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          URGENT - Republican Andy Barr wins re-election in closely watched Kentucky 6th      Cache   Translate Page      
(CNN) -- Republican Rep. Andy Barr will hold off a challenge from Democratic former Marine combat pilot Amy McGrath in Kentucky's Lexington-based 6th District, CNN projects.Barr's win comes in a district President...
          Kim Davis Loses Her Re-Election Bid For Kentucky County Clerkship - NPR      Cache   Translate Page      

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Kim Davis Loses Her Re-Election Bid For Kentucky County Clerkship
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Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk whose refusal to sign marriage certificates for same-sex couples grabbed national headlines in 2015, has lost her bid for re-election to the Rowan County clerkship. The Republican lost to Democrat Elwood Caudill Jr., 54 ...
Kim Davis, Who Refused to Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses, Loses Kentucky County Clerk SeatTIME
Kim Davis, clerk who refused to sign marriage licenses for gay couples, loses to DemocratLexington Herald Leader
Kim Davis, who denied same-sex marriage licenses, loses re-electionCourier Journal
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          Voters From Around The U.S. Share Their Election Day Stories      Cache   Translate Page      
Election Day is upon us, which means many voters walked, biked or drove to their polling station while others, who took advantage of early or mail-in voting, spent the day like any other Tuesday. Amid all the updates and predictions and polling — and anxiety and Twitter refreshing and over-caffeinated conversations with colleagues — we asked voters like you to share their experience at the polls. Some like Cuban-American Ninfa Riestra Floyd of Lexington, Ky., told us they waited in line for a while. Floyd said it took two hours to vote. "I was blown away by the line snaking around the school," Floyd said. "I talked to many in that line. ... I heard so many great stories about why they were out voting in the midterms." Floyd left the polling place smiling, but "a little sad for my family in Cuba who has never cast a vote in a free election." Sonya Peters of DeMotte, Ind., who voted early, waited in line for half an hour and used that time to talk with her grandchildren about the
           AD Classics: Citigroup Center / Hugh Stubbins + William Le Messurier       Cache   Translate Page      

This article was originally published on November 5, 2014. To read the stories behind other celebrated architecture projects, visit our AD Classics section.

In a city of skyscrapers of nearly every shape and size, the Citigroup Center on Lexington Avenue is one of New York’s most unique. Resting on four stilts perfectly centered on each side, it cantilevers seventy-two feet over the sidewalk and features a trademark 45-degree sloping crown at its summit. The original structure responsible for these striking features also contained a grave oversight that nearly resulted in structural catastrophe, giving the tower the moniker of “the greatest disaster never told” when the story finally was told in 1995. The incredible tale—now legendary among structural engineers—adds a fascinating back-story to one of the most iconic fixtures of the Manhattan skyline.


          Welcome Candace N. Prince, DO, and Joshua Prince, DO to Lexington Family Medicine      Cache   Translate Page      
Lexington Medical Center is pleased to welcome Candace N. Prince, DO, and Joshua Prince, DO, to Lexington Family Medicine, the newest physician practice in the hospital’s network of care. The practice provides comprehensive family medical care to patients of all ages. Dr. Candace Prince graduated magna cum laude from North Greenville University in Tigerville, South […]
          Here are the results of the 25 most competitive House races in the 2018 midterm elections      Cache   Translate Page      

Texas Voting 2016

The 2018 midterm election results are coming in, and all eyes are on the battle playing out in the House of Representatives, which Democrats are forecasted to re-take.

FiveThirtyEight's deluxe House forecast, which includes everything from polls, district fundamentals, fundraising, candidate quality, gave the Democrats a 6 in 7 chance of taking back the House, predicting they would gain an average of 36 seats.

Their House model cast 13 contests as tossup, meaning both candidates had less than a 60% chance of winning, 14 as lean Democratic, and 7 as lean Republican.

Here's which parties and candidates are winning these highly competitive districts:

Kentucky's 6th district: Republican Andy Barr wins re-election with 50.9% of the vote compared to Democrat Amy McGrath 47.9%.

The candidates: Marine veteran Amy McGrath, the first woman to fly an F-18 fighter jet in the Marine Corps, launched a high-profile bid to unseat long-time Rep. Andy Barr.

Her race gained national attention after one of her campaign ads detailing the barriers she overcame as a woman in the Marines went viral, and she raised $6.9 million in individual donations compared to Barr's $2.5 million.

The district: The 6th occupies a large portion of central Kentucky, including the city and suburbs of Lexington. It's Cook Partisan Lean is R+9, and Trump carried the district by 15 points in 2016.

Predictions and polls: The race was rated as a pure toss-up by FiveThirtyEight on the day of the election. A Nov. 1-4 Siena College/NYT poll showed McGrath and Barr in a dead heat.

 



Virginia's 5th congressional district: Republican Denver Riggleman beats Democrat Leslie Cockburn 53% to 47%.

The candidates: Republican Denver Riggleman, a businessman and Air Force veteran, defeated Democratic candidate and former investigative journalist Leslie Cockburn in the open race for the fifth district.

The district: Virginia's 5th district occupies a large swatch of central Virginia, including the city of Charlottesville. Its Cook Political Rating is R+6. 

Predictions and polls: FiveThirtyEight rated the race in the 5th district lean Republican, giving Riggleman a 7 in 10 chance of winning. An Oct. 22-26 Siena College/NYT poll showed Cockburn leading Riggleman by one point.



Florida's 15th district: Republican Ross Spano defeats Democratic opponent Kristen Carlson 53% to 47%.

The candidates: After the district's Republican congressman decided not to run for re-election, State Representative Ross Spano won the primary to challenge former prosecutor and attorney Kristen Carlson. Carlson outraised Spano by more than a 3-to-1 margin.

The district: Florida's 15th district, created after a 2015 redistricting, includes several Tampa suburbs including Brandon and Lakeland, and stretches inland towards the city of Orlando.

Predictions and polls: FiveThirtyEight rated the race as lean Republican the day of the election, giving Spano a 5 in 8 chance of winning. An Oct. 16-19 Siena College/NYT poll showed Spano and Carlson in a dead heat, with 43% of voters expressing support for each.



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          No. 12 Kentucky tries to avoid 1st losing streak this season      Cache   Translate Page      
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — No. 12 Kentucky is determined not to let a disappointing loss to No. 5 Georgia derail the rest of its season.
          Voters From Around The U.S. Share Their Election Day Stories      Cache   Translate Page      
Election Day is upon us, which means many voters walked, biked or drove to their polling station while others, who took advantage of early or mail-in voting, spent the day like any other Tuesday. Amid all the updates and predictions and polling — and anxiety and Twitter refreshing and over-caffeinated conversations with colleagues — we asked voters like you to share their experience at the polls. Some like Cuban-American Ninfa Riestra Floyd of Lexington, Ky., told us they waited in line for a while. Floyd said it took two hours to vote. "I was blown away by the line snaking around the school," Floyd said. "I talked to many in that line. ... I heard so many great stories about why they were out voting in the midterms." Floyd left the polling place smiling, but "a little sad for my family in Cuba who has never cast a vote in a free election." Sonya Peters of DeMotte, Ind., who voted early, waited in line for half an hour and used that time to talk with her grandchildren about the
          Here are the results of the 25 most competitive House races in the 2018 midterm elections      Cache   Translate Page      

Texas Voting 2016

The 2018 midterm election results are coming in, and all eyes are on the battle playing out in the House of Representatives, which Democrats are forecasted to re-take.

FiveThirtyEight's deluxe House forecast, which includes everything from polls, district fundamentals, fundraising, candidate quality, gave the Democrats a 6 in 7 chance of taking back the House, predicting they would gain an average of 36 seats.

Their House model cast 13 contests as tossup, meaning both candidates had less than a 60% chance of winning, 14 as lean Democratic, and 7 as lean Republican.

Here's which parties and candidates are winning these highly competitive districts:

Kentucky's 6th district: Republican Andy Barr wins re-election with 50.9% of the vote compared to Democrat Amy McGrath 47.9%.

The candidates: Marine veteran Amy McGrath, the first woman to fly an F-18 fighter jet in the Marine Corps, launched a high-profile bid to unseat long-time Rep. Andy Barr.

Her race gained national attention after one of her campaign ads detailing the barriers she overcame as a woman in the Marines went viral, and she raised $6.9 million in individual donations compared to Barr's $2.5 million.

The district: The 6th occupies a large portion of central Kentucky, including the city and suburbs of Lexington. It's Cook Partisan Lean is R+9, and Trump carried the district by 15 points in 2016.

Predictions and polls: The race was rated as a pure toss-up by FiveThirtyEight on the day of the election. A Nov. 1-4 Siena College/NYT poll showed McGrath and Barr in a dead heat.

 



Virginia's 5th congressional district: Republican Denver Riggleman beats Democrat Leslie Cockburn 53% to 47%.

The candidates: Republican Denver Riggleman, a businessman and Air Force veteran, defeated Democratic candidate and former investigative journalist Leslie Cockburn in the open race for the fifth district.

The district: Virginia's 5th district occupies a large swatch of central Virginia, including the city of Charlottesville. Its Cook Political Rating is R+6. 

Predictions and polls: FiveThirtyEight rated the race in the 5th district lean Republican, giving Riggleman a 7 in 10 chance of winning. An Oct. 22-26 Siena College/NYT poll showed Cockburn leading Riggleman by one point.



Florida's 15th district: Republican Ross Spano defeats Democratic opponent Kristen Carlson 53% to 47%.

The candidates: After the district's Republican congressman decided not to run for re-election, State Representative Ross Spano won the primary to challenge former prosecutor and attorney Kristen Carlson. Carlson outraised Spano by more than a 3-to-1 margin.

The district: Florida's 15th district, created after a 2015 redistricting, includes several Tampa suburbs including Brandon and Lakeland, and stretches inland towards the city of Orlando.

Predictions and polls: FiveThirtyEight rated the race as lean Republican the day of the election, giving Spano a 5 in 8 chance of winning. An Oct. 16-19 Siena College/NYT poll showed Spano and Carlson in a dead heat, with 43% of voters expressing support for each.



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          As NCAA basketball begins, VP Dan Gavitt says college game is great . . . on the court (video) – cleveland.com      Cache   Translate Page      
cleveland.comCLEVELAND, Ohio – The 2018-2019 college basketball officially tips off Tuesday night with several marquee games, helping turn the focus of the sport from the criminal courts to the basketball courts. The sport was dealt a blow in late October when two …Toss up the ball, college hoops ready for early start dateLexington Herald Leader […]
          Borrmann, Donald      Cache   Translate Page      
BORRMANN Donald Alan, 96, October 5, 1922 October 26, 2018, passed away peacefully on October 26, 2018 in Lexington, KY. He was married for 72 years...
          Coomer, Paul      Cache   Translate Page      
COOMER Paul Glenn, Sr., 82, passed away Thursday, November 1, 2018. He was born in Lexington, KY on April 12, 1936. Paul Coomer was a mountain of a...
          Lynam, Sally      Cache   Translate Page      
LYNAM Sally Rand, 78, passed away Oct. 29, 2018. Sally was a dedicated worker at the Opportunity Workshop of Lexington (OWL) for 40 years. Survivors...
          Parks, Richard      Cache   Translate Page      
PARKS Richard (Dick) Noel, 85, passed away on November 1, 2018 in Lexington, KY. He was the devoted husband of Eula Jones Parks for 59 years and a...
          Poe, Larry      Cache   Translate Page      
POE Larry, 77, a long-time resident of Lexington died November 4, 2018. Mourning his loss are Barbara, his wife of 57 years, sons Martin and Robert...
          Live Updates: Blue Wave A Dud? Dem Odds To Take House Slide      Cache   Translate Page      

from ZeroHedge: Update 20:45 EST: Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly has lost to Republican challenger Mike Braun in Indiana, a major blow to Dems that means Republicans will likely expand their majority in the Senate. And as Lexington Kentucky’s Andy Barr has won re-election, dealing a major blow to Democrats’ ambitions for winning a solid majority in […]

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          Seasonal Sales Associate- Lexington, VA - Ollie's Bargain Outlet - Lexington, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
The Seasonal Sales Associate assists customers and helps to maintain the store appearance. The Seasonal Sales Associate is responsible for all aspects of...
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          Democrat McGrath narrowly fails in House race in Kentucky district Trump won by 16 points: NBC      Cache   Translate Page      

Democrat Amy McGrath has narrowly missed winning the Kentucky House seat that was seen as a bellwether in a district President Donald Trump won by 16 points, according to NBC Lexington. McGrath made a name for herself in her introductory ad that talked about being a Marine fighter pilot and that she...

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          Anti-LGBT Kentucky clerk Kim Davis’ re-election bid goes down in flames      Cache   Translate Page      

Kim Davis, the clerk in Rowan County, Kentucky who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, lost her campaign for re-election, LEX 18 reports. Davis was challenged by Elwood Caudill, Jr. in the midterm election Will Wright, a reporter for the Lexington Herald-Leader no...

The post Anti-LGBT Kentucky clerk Kim Davis’ re-election bid goes down in flames appeared first on Raw Story.


          Bausch Lomb - Crystalens      Cache   Translate Page      
I had Crystal lens inserted during cataract surgery several years ago by Lance Ferguson in Lexington, KY I immediately had problems with near vision. He performed several YAG procedures and eye exercises to improve muscle strength but nothing helped. Over...
          SOA Integration Engineer - Healthcare      Cache   Translate Page      
MA-Lexington, We are currently engaged with a client who is seeking a SOA Integration Engineer on a full time direct employee basis to define and drive overall technology solutions architecture for an Integration-As-A-Service Platform. In this role, the SOA Integration Engineer will: Engage as the technical lead for designing, developing and implementing foundational interface services that support business and
          As NCAA basketball begins, VP Dan Gavitt says college game is great . . . on the court (video) – cleveland.com      Cache   Translate Page      
cleveland.comCLEVELAND, Ohio – The 2018-2019 college basketball officially tips off Tuesday night with several marquee games, helping turn the focus of the sport from the criminal courts to the basketball courts. The sport was dealt a blow in late October when two …Toss up the ball, college hoops ready for early start dateLexington Herald Leader […]
          Hombres arrancan puerta de licorería para robarla      Cache   Translate Page      
Un video captado por cámaras de seguridad muestra cómo una camioneta es conducida en reversa en el estacionamiento frente a la licorería. Estados Unidos.- Dos ladrones robaron una licorería en el condado de Lexington, Carolina del Sur, utilizando una camioneta para arrancar las puertas del establecimiento. Un video captado por cámaras de seguridad muestra cómo […]
          FLASHER : NOUVEAU CLIP & CONCERT À PARIS LE 14.11      Cache   Translate Page      

Aujourd’hui, Flasher dévoile le clip de « Material » single extrait de leur nouvel album Constant Image. Réalisée par Nick Roney, cette vidéo surprenante et hilarante brise le quatrième mur d’une manière post-moderne tout à fait unique. Cela va sans dire, il n’existe pas de vidéo identique à celle-ci. Plutôt que de vous spoiler avec une description, voyez par vous-mêmes :

Le groupe vient d’entamer sa première tournée en Europe, dont une date en première partie de Parquet Courts à Londres et un concert à Paris le 14 novembre. Le trio a également annoncé une série de dates aux US avec le groupe de Brooklyn, Public Practice, et le duo de Beijing Gong Gong Gong. Lors de la tournée, un 45 tours de titres inédits sera disponible à la vente en version limitée à 300 copies.

Tournée de Flasher

06.11 - Cardiff, UK @ Clwb Ifor Bach
07.11 - Sheffield, UK @ Picture House Social Club
08.11 - Leeds, UK @ Brudenell Social Club
09.11 - Glasgow, UK @ The Glad Cafe
10.11 - Manchester, UK @ YES
11.11 - Brighton, UK @ The Hope & Ruin
12.11 - London, UK @ Roundhouse w/ Parquet Courts
13.11 - London, UK @ The Lexington

14.11 - Paris, FR @ L’Olympic Café

16.11 - Madrid, ES @ Teatro Barcelo
17.11 - Barcelona, ES @ Sala Apolo
30.11 - Washington, DC @ The Black Cat *
03.12 - Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Tavern *
04.12 - Chicago, IL @ The Hideout *
05.12 - Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups *
07.12 - Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus *

* : avec Public Practice & Gong Gong Gong

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          Machine Operator Helper      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, Are you looking for great temp to hire opportunity as a Machine Operator Helper? Randstad is currently hiring for manufacturing and logistics clients in Lexington, KY Responsibilities: - Prepare materials to be put into machines - Knowledge of quality inspection and assembly - Follow safety rules and regulations Working hours: 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM Skills: Machine Operator Helpers usually: - inspect
          Equipment Associate      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, As an Equipment Associate at United Rentals, you will perform a variety of manual tasks to ensure smooth branch operation. Your primary objective will be to provide labor assistance to service technicians, sales staff and other branch personnel engaged in meeting the needs of customers. Your strong work ethic, reliability and positive attitude will make you an asset to our branch and entire organi
          Service Tech II      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, United Rentals, the largest equipment rental company in the world, is offering an excellent opportunity for a Service Technician II who is ready to grow their career with the leading company in the industry. To continue our tremendous success and unparalleled growth, we are searching for qualified and ambitious individuals to perform maintenance and repairs of equipment in a safe and professional
          Automotive Service Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, Goodyear owns and operates more than 600 tire and auto service centers nationwide. We offer a fun, fast pace work environment, with competitive base pay and excellent bonus/commission programs. Our comprehensive benefit package includes medical plans, 401k, certification reimbursement and paid vacations. At Goodyear we invest in you and your future by providing excellent training for our technicia
          Automotive Maintenance Technician      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, Goodyear owns and operates more than 600 tire and auto service centers nationwide. We offer a fun, fast pace work environment, with competitive base pay. Our comprehensive benefit package includes medical plans, 401k, certification reimbursement and paid vacations. At Goodyear we invest in you and your future by providing excellent training for our technician, sales team and management positions.
          Automotive Sales & Service Future Opportunities      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, Goodyear owns and operates more than 600 tire and auto service centers nationwide. We offer a fun, fast pace work environment, with competitive base pay. Our comprehensive benefit package includes medical plans, 401k, certification reimbursement and paid vacations. At Goodyear we invest in you and your future by providing excellent training for our technician, sales team and management positions.
          Territory Business Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, Through its people and brands, CNH Industrial delivers power, technology and innovation to farmers, builders and drivers all around the world. Each of its brands, including Case IH, New Holland Agriculture, Case and New Holland Construction, FPT Industrial, Capital, and Parts & Service, is a major international force in its specific sector. At New Holland Agriculture, the Territory Business Manage
          Voters From Around The U.S. Share Their Election Day Stories      Cache   Translate Page      
Election Day is upon us, which means many voters walked, biked or drove to their polling station while others, who took advantage of early or mail-in voting, spent the day like any other Tuesday. Amid all the updates and predictions and polling — and anxiety and Twitter refreshing and over-caffeinated conversations with colleagues — we asked voters like you to share their experience at the polls. Some like Cuban-American Ninfa Riestra Floyd of Lexington, Ky., told us they waited in line for a while. Floyd said it took two hours to vote. "I was blown away by the line snaking around the school," Floyd said. "I talked to many in that line. ... I heard so many great stories about why they were out voting in the midterms." Floyd left the polling place smiling, but "a little sad for my family in Cuba who has never cast a vote in a free election." Sonya Peters of DeMotte, Ind., who voted early, waited in line for half an hour and used that time to talk with her grandchildren about the
          Lexington Gardens: exclusive apartments in Central London's newest quarter      Cache   Translate Page      
[Sponsored Article] The best is yet to come for Nine Elms, Central London's new residential, business and cultural quarter. The once-controversial £15 billion regeneration of London's last large-scale industrial estate has created a thriving new neighborhood on the South Bank of the River Thames. With the opening of the new US Embassy last January, Apple heading to Battersea and major infrastructure projects getting closer to completion, Nine Elms is one of London's most...
          Floyd, Stephanie Dawn      Cache   Translate Page      
Stephanie Dawn Floyd Stephanie Dawn Floyd, 42, of Lexington died November 3, 2018. Service: 2 p.m., Wed., Nov. 14, Thurman Funeral Home, Richmond....
          Alltech Young Scientist Agriscience Competition      Cache   Translate Page      
Deadline: 2018-12-31
Welcome to the largest agriscience competition in the world! Since its start, the Alltech Young Scientist competition has awarded $1 million in prizes. The Alltech Young Scientist competition challenges the world’s brightest graduate students to apply their scientific expertise to challenges within the business of agriculture and food. Eligible research paper topics are: Animal Feeding Strategies and Modeling Crop Science Agriculture Analytical Methods Food Chain Safety and Traceability Human Health and Nutrition Other Students first compete within their home region. We identify four regions globally: North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific and Europe/Africa. The 1st place winner from each region advances to the Global Competition and is referred to as an ‘AYS finalist’. Regional 1st Place Prize Graduate = $2000 Cash USD Regional 2nd Place Prize Graduate = $1000 Cash USD The AYS finalists from all four regions are invited to attend an all-expense-paid Discovery Week in Lexington, Kentucky, USA. This trip includes mentoring sessions with Alltech scientists, the global competition and the opportunity to attend ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference.
          Licensed Practical Nurse - CareerStaff Unlimited - Lexington, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
Partnering with ReadyNurse is the kind of proactive move that can put you on an inside track, give you access to more career opportunities, and get you that... $18 - $20 an hour
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          Account Manager - Industrial Sales Representative      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, Overview Snap-on Inc., a global premiere tool and equipment manufacturer has an opportunity in our Industrial Business Group for an outside salesperson to represent our company and our products in the business to business market covering Lexington, KY and surronding areas. Our Industrial Group employs hundreds of professional sales representatives around the world that work with our customers in e
          The Snowy Day and other stories, Lexington Children’s Theatre      Cache   Translate Page      
The Snowy Day and other stories is performing at Lexington Children’s Theatre from November 4 through November 11. PUBLIC PERFORMANCES: Sunday, November 4 – 2:00pm Saturday, November 10 – 2:00 & 7:00pm Sunday, November 11 – 2:00pm  
          Lexington Go Red For Women Experience, Lexington Convention Center      Cache   Translate Page      
Lexington Go Red For Women Experience is happening at the Lexington Convention Center on November 8 at 8:30 am.
          Peppermints & Pearls Holiday Shopping Boutique, Lexington Christian Academy      Cache   Translate Page      
Peppermints & Pearls – A Holiday Shopping Boutique is happening at Lexington Christian Academy on November 8 from 5:30-9 pm and November 9 from 12-7 pm. 
          Lexington’s First Silent Disco Party, The Mane on Main      Cache   Translate Page      
Lexington’s First Silent Disco Party is happening at The Mane on Main on November 9 at 6 pm.
          Kim Davis Loses Her Re-Election Bid For Kentucky County Clerkship - NPR      Cache   Translate Page      

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Kim Davis Loses Her Re-Election Bid For Kentucky County Clerkship
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Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk whose refusal to sign marriage certificates for same-sex couples grabbed national headlines in 2015, has lost her bid for re-election to the Rowan County clerkship. The Republican lost to Democrat Elwood Caudill Jr., 54 ...
Kim Davis, who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, loses reelectionWashington Post
Kim Davis (Yes, That Kim Davis) Just Lost Her Re-election Bid To A DemocratHuffPost
Kim Davis, clerk who refused to issue gay marriage licenses, voted out of officeCBS News
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          Here's Hoping Donald Trump Has A BAD F*CKING NIGHT. Your Midterm Results Liveblog!      Cache   Translate Page      


OH MY GOD, WONKETTE PEOPLE AND OTHER PEOPLE WHO MAY BE READING THIS NOW, IT IS TIME TO DO THE THING!

First of all, we want to tell you that we feel pretty good about things. But we also want to say that polls are still open in lots of places! So if there's anybody you know who might not have voted and there's still time, GTFO and get them there! But we also want you to know that if we win tonight, we're in the win together. If we ... grrrrrrrr ... NON-WIN tonight, then first of all if it's Stacey Abrams in Georgia, we're calling for an investigation. But if things somehow don't break our way (on top of calling for investigations) we are STILL in this together. Because win or lose, our work is not over tonight! But let's hope we win.

DEEP BREATHS.


NBC has released some exit polls, and while exit polls don't necessarily mean shit while the polls are still open, they're interesting. For instance, according to those they surveyed, Trump only has a 44% approval rating, which is lower than Obama in 2010 and Bill Clinton in 1994, and those were BLOODBATHS. Also, according to Chuck Todd on the television, this is the least white midterm electorate ever of all time. Thank GOD. Democrats' favorables are higher than Republicans' favorables, so that is also a good thing. However, Trump approval seems a bit high in exits from Georgia and Florida, but those are not final numbers and they ain't no early vote exit polls either, so that might not mean shit!

Anyway, polls are closing ... NOW! ... in KY-06, which is one of our first important races of the night, that of badass Amy McGrath vs. suckass Andy Barr. Also, in general, we will get stuff from the Eastern Time Zone parts of Indiana, which is where Joe Donnelly is trying to hold on to his Senate seat.

Settle in, kids, we got a long night ahead of us.

6:15: How about a couple nice facts to start us out? Fact one comes in this tweet, about how the NRA is a sad shell of its former self and the gun control groups are OUTGAMIN' them:

The second fact is this screengrab from MSNBC, what is talking about people who voted in a midterm for the very first time, which turns out according to the exit polls was 16 percent of the electorate. This is how they broke down in casting their votes:

We can work with that!

6:37: OK, Wonkers, we have your first dispatch from Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius, who A) exists and is B) snarking from an undisclosed location. He says "Tell Dana Bash that she is full of shit, and the fact that Braun is up 5,400 when Gary and Fort Wayne and ALL THE PLACES are still voting, oh and also the only thing reporting right now is a few dirty red counties, is MEANINGLESS."

Correct, Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius!

Also, KY-5 has been called for the incumbent Republican Hal Rogers. This is meaningless and not a surprise.

Also, who runs elections in Georgia? That guy must be A IDIOT.

Oh that's right. Brian Kemp runs elections in Georgia. DERP.

6:45: We are 15 minutes from some poll closings. Florida! Georgia! Virginia! This is where we'll start to get a feeling about how the night is going to go.

We really don't have updates for you on KY-06 or IN-SEN, because Jesus, there's like 1% in and they're only reporting absentee votes from farm animals, which are ILLEGAL VOTER FRAUD FOR THE RECORD.

6:56: Oh nothing, just the adult human governor of Texas retweeting Jim Hoft and taking him seriously.

6:57: Here is a nerdy update about what's been reported in the KY-06 race between Amy McGrath (the good Democrat) and Andy Barr (the bad man):

Fayette County is the most populous county. It is where Lexington is! McGrath is overperforming and the votes are coming in slow. In Barr's turf, which is coming in faster, he's barely hitting his benchmark.

These are good things! For the record, Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius thinks McGrath is going to win. Let's see if WSTEG really has ninja election skills or not.

7:00: Actual updates!

You guys, this might be a shock, but Bernie Sanders has won re-election. Also Tim Kaine has re-winned his Senate seat in Virginia. These are according to NBC News, which is not AP, which is what we usually follow, but fuck, Brian Williams was talking so we decided to tell you what he said.

7:12: TELL US A THING, STEVE KORNACKI THAT WE HAVE A MASSIVE CRUSH ON PLEASE DON'T TELL NOBODY:

Basically what Kornacki is telling us is that based on where the early vote is coming in in Florida, Andrew Gillum is outperforming Hillary Clinton and Ron DeSantis is underperforming Trump, in key counties. These are good signs!

7:16: Hey, here's a good progress report for you! Remember crazy ass Kim Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky what hates the gays so much? She is currently NOT WINNING:

7:23: OK, we have a LOT of Florida vote in now, and you will be happy to know that both Andrew Gillum and Bill Nelson are doing very comfortably well.

Also the Democrats have picked up the governorship of Guam, according to MSNBC.

GUAM, FUCK YEAH!

7:25: And here is a race to keep your eye on. Florida's 15th, where Republican Dennis Ross decided not to run for re-election. It's TIGHT right now, but like we said, just keep your eye on it.

7:29: Chuck Todd is currently Chuck Todd-ing about WHAT DOES IT MEAN if Abrams wins in Georgia and Gillum wins in Florida but Bredesen doesn't win in Tennessee? (Chuck Todd knows nothing about Tennessee politics.)

We really want them all to win, partially to see how confused Chuck Todd gets about WHAT DOES IT MEAN.

7:33: Here is some good news that is not final news! in Virginia's 10th, Jennifer Wexton is currently kicking GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock's ASS and she is probably DONE, but Wonkette can't make that call yet. However, in the county that's mostly in (Loudoun), Wexton is matching Hillary Clinton's numbers. Hillary won that district.

7:37: We are sorry to say but the election has been cancelled because Jim Hoft, The Stupidest Man On The Internet, has a BOOM!

We are sorry for ever thinking #Blexit was not a thing :(

7:40: WE HAVE OUR FIRST BIG DEMOCRATIC PICKUP OF THE NIGHT! In VA-10, Republican Barbara Comstock has been BEATED by awesome new Democrat Jennifer Wexton, according to the AP. Now, this was, out of all the districts, the one we pretty much knew any idiot could beat the incumbent Republican. But it has happened!

May it be the first of many!

7:59: Good news, bad news Wonkers. Democrat Donna Shalala flips FL-27, and Denver Rigglemen (aka Mr. Bigfoot Porn) holds VA-5.

Also, this is Yr FDF.

8:00 A bunch of NO SHIT calls in the 8 o'clock hour. Senate in MD, DE, CT, RI, MA, PA -- all Dems, woohoo. Governor's races in PA, and MA. Why even does Massachusetts have a Republican governor, Yr FDF asks from Maryland. AHEM.

8:10 I see you out there freaking out about Florida. Cut that shit out! Lots of Miami-Dade, most of Broward, and Tallahassee and Tampa are still out. Just chill.

8:12 Editrix has made a grievous error in omitting to help you to help her to get hammered.

8:35: OK GUYS HI, IT IS EVAN AGAIN. So we've had a couple/bunch of kind of obvious calls, like for instance we will still have Jim Jordan of Ohio and Matt Gaetz of Florida to kick around. Joy.

NBC projects that all the people who said "Bob Menendez might lose, you guys!" are absolutely full of shit, and that Menendez will be a winner, winner, chicken dinner.

Andrew Gillum's race against the shithead continues to be a fucking nailbiter, and so does Bill Nelson's Senate race, so BRB having some heart attacks.

Georgia is way too early to call and Brian Kemp is obviously looking for some Stacey Abrams votes to delete somehow.

Karl Dean, per NBC, has lost his race to be the Democratic governor of Tennessee. Let us tell you, as a Tennessee Person, that we don't think that race has ONE SOLITARY DICK to do with Phil Bredesen's race in Tennessee, which is still very early to call. (We predicted Karl would lose. We hated to say it but it was just damn true.)

Finally, JB Pritzker and Gina Raimondo are the governors of Illinois and Rhode Island, respectively. Oh and that Republican fucker Hogan in Maryland.

8:45: OH HEY YOU GUYS, looks like Beto won the early vote in Texas. Maybe that will stick!

Sorry, we are at that plateau portion of the night where all the nailbiters drag out. Grrrrrrr.

8:47: Bad news, you guys. Lots of Democrats are going to win tonight, but Amy McGrath isn't one of them. :(

8:57: MSNBC says Joe Donnelly has lost his race in Indiana. And our Senate dreams begin to slip away ...

But RELAX, GUYS, there is a lot of night left. The Senate was always a longshot with this year's map.

8:59: Democratic Senator Joe Manchin keeps his seat, so we'll still have him to kick around, JUST KIDDING WE ARE GLAD TO SEE THAT A REPUBLICAN DID NOT PICK UP THAT SENATE SEAT, ESPECIALLY IF JOE DONNELLY SUCKS AN ASS.

Martin Heinrich, Amy Klobuchar, Tammy Baldwin, Kirsten Gillibrand also all going back to the Senate, according to the 9:00 PM calls after those poll closings. Those were all expected, obviously.

9:03: Guys. We were wrong, unless NBC is wrong. MSNBC just called Tennessee for Marsha Fucking Blackburn.

9:05: OK, but here is a good news! Amendment 4 in Florida, which restores voting rights to felons who have paid their debt to society, is projected to pass!

9:07: Also, we want to let you know what is out in Florida, and it's a small part of Miami-Dade County and also 30% of Fucking Broward County, because it's always Fucking Broward County. That's why so much is in right now, and everything is still too close to fucking call, goddammit.

9:17: OK, we are going to say we don't know if MSNBC's projection (not call, PROJECTION) that Bredesen loses in Tennessee was wrong, but we are going to say we think they (and CNN) may have gotten in front of their skis a little bit. Why? Shelby and Davidson counties are not remotedly reporting yet. (That's the Memphis metro and Nashville.)

Everything else still a fucking nailbiter oh my god we haven't even started drinking yet can you believe it?

9:29: Happy Democrat House pickups to report!

Democrat Mary Gay Scanlon wins PA-05! Pickup!

Democrat Jason Crow wins CO-06! Pickup!

9:37: More happy!

JARED POLIS WINS THE GOVERNOR'S RACE IN COLORADO!

This means this is the first state in America to be run BY A GAY DUDE!

9:39: More happy!!!!!

Conor Lamb wins newly created PA-17 district! This counts as a pickup, even though he was already in Congress, because again, redrawn new district!

9:41: MOAR HAPPY!!1111!!!

They are both the first!

Anyway, Texas and Florida are still shitshows.

9:43: MOAR HAPPY!

9:45: If you've been wondering why we haven't been talking about the GA-Gov race, it is because they are counting SLOW. That's right, Brian Kemp is using his fingers AND his toes.

9:49: Here is another happy!

Also Democrat Dean Phillips just beat incumbent Republican Erik Paulsen in MN-03, so there is another #pickup!

By the way, if you are having PTSD, please let us help you.

We are pretty sure we are going to win the House. We are pretty sure we are not gonna win the Senate. ALL OF THIS WAS EXPECTED. In fact, the Dems are doing pretty much everything we expected.

Also, as Steve Kornacki just said on the MSNBC, there were 25 GOP districts that Hillary Clinton won in 2016. The GOP has not kept a single one of them yet.

RELAX, the night is a fetus.

9:55: HOORAY!

SHARICE DAVIDS is projected by MSNBC to win KS-03, which is another Dem pickup! Sharice Davids, as Rachel Maddow just pointed out, is both Native American and also a lesbian. First Native woman in the House.

This. Is. YOOGE.

9:56: And Mikie Sherrill (that is a GIRL Mikie, FYI) wins in NJ-11. That is another Dem pickup, in a NON-Hillary district!

9:58: YOU GUYS KRIS KOBACH JUST FUCKING LOST TO DEMOCRAT LAURA KELLY FOR GOVERNOR OF KANSAS.

Also, Carlos Curbelo lost his seat in Florida to Democrat Debbie Mukarsey-Powell in FL-26. That is a pickup!\

BUT YOU GUYS KRIS KOBACH OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG.

Elaine Luria picks up VA-02 against GOP incumbent Scott Taylor in a Trump district.

And Chrissy Houlahan The Democrat picks up a seat in the new PA-06.

And Max Rose beats Staten Island's DAN DONOVAN for another DEMOCRATIC PICUP!

Susan Wild wins PA-07. She is a Democrat! This is Charlie Dent's old seat!

12 to go for a majority!

We just copied all Steve Kornacki's homeworks!

10:09: MSNBC projects Heidi Heitkamp loses her seat in North Dakota. Voter suppression wins.

Everybody take a moment and remember the stand she took for decency in voting against Brett Kavanaugh. She is a good person.

10:13: And MSNBC projects Beto loses.

Deep breaths, everyone. Deep breaths.

10:15: Listen, you guys.

Beto O'Rourke was always a long shot. If this holds, HE WAS NEVER SUPPOSED TO BE THIS CLOSE TO BEATING TED CRUZ.

Also, he just became the 2020 frontrunner.

10:20: Fuck, we walk away for eight seconds!

Pete Sessions loses in TX! To a black guy! Named Colin Allred! We predicted this!

And Democrat Haley Stevens beats Lena Epstein, who invited that fake Jew for Jesus to Mike Pence's rally!

Pickup!

Pickup!

As of now, the GOP keeps the Senate, and the Dems will officially take the House.

10:26: Hey, here is a fact. Pennsylvania elected SEVEN WOMEN to the House tonight. SEVEN.

10:28: Oh hey, Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham is the new badass gov of New Mexico!

10:34: Fuck yeah, Gretchen Whittmer wins MI-Gov, per MSNBC! This is another GREAT thing, considering what Michigan has gone through the past few years.

Oh yeah and Marsha Blackburn officially won in Tennessee, Jesus Christ, can Memphis and Nashville just secede from the state and we'll call the rest Camp Dipshit?

10:43: Y'ALL! Y'ALL!

BIG NEWS!

Y'ALL!

Remember Kim Davis? The Kentucky clerk what hates the gays? She ain't get to be the county clerk of Rowan County no more, because dickhead lost!

10:46: More happy! Peter Roskam is projected to lose IL-06 to Sean Kasten, a known Democrat!

Oh also, the Dems just flipped the Colorado state senate.

11:01: ANTONIO DELGADO BEATS JOHN FASO IN NY-19!

ANTHONY BRINDISI BEATS CLAUDIA TENNEY, LITERALLY THE WORST ASSHOLE IN CONGRESS, IN NY-22!

And also Andrew Gillum conceded :(

And MSNBC is calling Ron DeSantis the "apparent winner."

But Tina Smith keeps her Senate seat in Minnesota!

And now the polls are closed on the West Coast and more stuff will happen we guess.

11:05: Oh, and Abby Finkenauer beats incumbent Republican Rod Blum in Iowa's 1st!

So yes, guys. There are bad things. But there are good things.

LIke just now, Dem Lizzie Fletcher beats GOP incumbent John Culberson in TX-7!

Beto helped, you guys.

11:09: Wanna see a really fun one?

HOT. DAMN.

FUCK DAVE BRAT SOOOOOO HARD, GOODBYE.

11:13: By the way, you guys, Democrats have a net gain of 21 seats.

Also, OOH! OOH! New Dem congressperson for Oklahoma! Kendra Horn! She beat Steve Russell! OK-05! Oklahoma previous had NO DEMOCRATS IN CONGRESS!

11:17: Debbie Stabenow keeps her Senate seat in Michigan, so STFU to Fox News for being like "this black Republican John James might surprise everybody by beating her, because we're Fox News, and we think black voters are dumb! He took money from white supremacists, but that's probably OK!"

11:22: Angie Craig, a Dem, has defeated incumbent GOP dick Jason Lewis in MN-02!

Also, MSNBC just said actually now there have been 100 women elected to the House. SO THAT'S A THING.

11:44: MICHIGAN. LEGALIZED. WEED.

11:48: Welp. Claire McCaskill lost her seat.

Did the Russians rig the Senate but couldn't figure out how to rig the House?

12:12: LOLOLOLOL BETO IS GIVING THE MOST AMAZING "CONCESSION" SPEECH EVER AND HE SAID "I'M SO FUCKING PROUD OF YOU GUYS" AND HE ENUNCIATED IT AND IT PLAYED ON TV AND OMG THIS IS HIS 2020 ANNOUNCEMENT SPEECH.

12:16: HE IS SO FUCKING PROUD OF YOU GUYS

12:33: You guys still here? We are! Stuff is still happening! And we are still absorbing results! But yeah mostly we are watching Beto saying "fucking" over and over again, because that is our sexual orientation now.

12:34: OK, now we are going to bum you the fuck out, because look what Alabama and West Virginia did tonight:

Voters in Alabama and West Virginia have approved amendments to their respective state constitutions that seek to immediately ban abortion if Roe V. Wade—the landmark 1973 decision that made abortion legal nationwide—is ever overturned by the Supreme Court.

Yep. Hit this link for more.

12:37: You guys, let's give New York's 27th a chance to take a bow for actually winning re-election for indicted GOP Rep. Chris Collins, EVEN THOUGH LIKE WE JUST SAID HE IS INDICTED AS FUCK RIGHT NOW.

Some people are just not good at America-ing. Like the voters of NY-27.

12:41: And holy Christ, Duncan Hunter in California too! He's under 60 indictments! Because that's OK!

Hell, maybe they'll have special elections after they go to jail.

12:44: AW HELL YEAH, YOU REMEMBER THIS GUY, RIGHT?

Also Maine flipped its state Senate blue tonight.

12:47: More Maine good news!

Shithole Maine Governor Paul LePage will be replaced by a DEMOCRAT LADY named Janet Mills! Hooray for Janet Mills!

12:50: Cough ABOLISH THE SENATE cough.


1:08 That beady-eyed little badger-fucker is hanging on for another hour or two at least! Looks like Walker might have the votes in Green Bay to close the gap with Evers. BUTBUTBUT there are 45,000 absentee ballots that Milwaukee is about to count right now! And Milwaukee is going pretty big for Evers, so .... NO ONE IS EVER GOING TO SLEEP!

1:40: Sorry, we are not updating OFTEN right now because we are tired and li'l bit drunk but Stacey Abrams is speaking and SHE IS NOT BEING CONCILIATORY.

Let's see if she says "fucking"!

1:45: Remember that what's happening in Georgia, if something surprising doesn't happen with the margin (Kemp is up 51-48 right now) tonight, they're looking for it to at least narrow to the point that Kemp is under 50. That means they go to a runoff. And then it just comes down to whose voters care more.

1:56: Of course.

Sure why not.

But more importantly, it looks like -- seriously -- Scott Walker might be about to go down in Wisconsin, because of some absentee ballots that just were counted from Milwaukee.

Seriously.

If this is the election that takes down Scott Walker ...

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

2:01: OH THANK GOD.

Clark is Las Vegas, if you didn't know.

2:17: The locals are reporting that Jacky Rosen has won in Nevada. HOORAY!

Oh yeah, did you hear we took Mark Sanford's seat in South Carolina?

And it looks like Mia Love lost in Utah too, but they haven't called it. So.

OK guys, we have had a lot of BEER, because, just like Brett Kavanaugh, we like BEER, but unlike Brett Kavanaugh, we don't assault women or men or anybody else. (Do we still have to say "allegedly" about Brett Kavanaugh's allegations? Oh well fuck it.)

What we are saying is that this liveblog is basically over, unless we come back, which is totally possible, but if we stay until the bitter end, we're not coming in tomorrow.

Oh yeah, looks like Scott Walker is going the fuck down and we won't know anything about Kyrsten Sinema until one million minutes from now.

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          Marine Amy McGrath, the Democrats’ Viral Star, Loses Close Race in Kentucky      Cache   Translate Page      

Democratic insurgent Amy McGrath, a former Marine fighter pilot, failed to pull off an upset over Republican incumbent Rep. Andy Barr in Kentucky’s 6th District on Tuesday night.

McGrath had ignited the hopes of Democrats around the country who intended to flip her district, which went to Donald Trump by about 16 points in 2016. The Democratic Party didn’t support the first-time candidate in her primary, instead backing Lexington Mayor Jim Gray. But McGrath’s viral campaign ad “Told Me,” which has gotten more than 1.9 million views on YouTube, electrified Kentucky voters and Democrats across the country. The ad foregrounded both her military experience and her strength in the face of sexism: She was the first female Marine to fly an F-18 in combat, a position her own congressman told her she shouldn’t be allowed to hold because “women ought to be protected.”

The fact that polls had McGrath and Barr running neck and neck in the days leading up to the election should be considered an accomplishment in and of itself, considering that in 2016 the three-term congressman won all 19 counties in the district and beat his Democratic opponent by 22 points. McGrath’s early foothold in the district was an encouraging sign for Democrats hoping to take the House. With Kentucky’s polls closing among the first in the country, this race was seen as a potential bellwether for the Democrats’ overall chances. Though McGrath looks like she’ll lose by less than 5 points, her defeat suggests that any blue wave, if it materializes, will be smaller than expected.

McGrath never fully embraced her affiliation with the Democratic Party. She complimented Trump for hiring “my fellow Marines” and distanced herself from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi in a campaign ad that showed her blocking shots as a soccer goalie. Meanwhile, Barr bet on the district’s support for both Trump and the political forces that elevated him to the presidency. Barr campaigned with Donald Trump Jr., who called McGrath and her fellow Democrats “crazies,” and ran attack ads with audio of McGrath calling herself pro-choice and a feminist. His win was less of a surprise than McGrath’s moderate success as a magnetic maverick.

The hopes that surrounded McGrath’s campaign were about more than her. They were about the entire electorate—specifically, its capacity to turn against Trumpism when faced with a compelling new face with a personal backstory most Republican candidates would kill to have. Democratic dreams of sweeping wins in Congress were based on the notion that Trump’s win was some kind of nightmarish fluke, and that when faced with his extremism in office and Republican legislators’ unwillingness to contradict him, voters—even in deep-red Kentucky—would think better of their support for the reality-star president. Those dreams now look a little further from the truth.

Read more from Slate about the 2018 midterms.


          Upset Watch      Cache   Translate Page      

Election Day is upon us, and most of the major nonpartisan handicappers and number-crunching forecasters are predicting the same thing: Democrats will overcome a host of structural disadvantages to retake the House, while Republicans will hold onto the Senate, in no small part because of the quirks of the electoral calendar.

For the record, that’s what I expect to happen as well. But that established consensus can obscure a reality that can’t be ignored: The available evidence suggests those are the most likely outcomes, but it does not guarantee them—a lesson that 2016 made painfully clear. It is all but certain that there will be a few big surprises on Tuesday night that no one will have seen coming on Tuesday morning. A shocker or three in the Senate, or a whole bunch of them in the House, won’t necessarily alter the big picture. But if the surprises keep piling up and happen in just the right places, we just might be looking at a Democratic Senate, a GOP House, or both.

Here, then, are a few plausible ways the prevailing wisdom could go bust.

A Democratic Senate

Flipping the Senate was always going to be a heavy lift for Democrats, despite control of the upper chamber sitting just two seats away. More than half of the Democrats’ 49-member caucus is on the ballot on Tuesday, and 10 of those 26 incumbents are in states Donald Trump won two years ago. Republicans, meanwhile, are defending just nine of their 51 seats, only one of which is in a state Hillary Clinton won (Nevada, by 2.4 percent) and half of which are Mitt Romney–running-in-Utah safe. But while it’s a historically horrendous map for Democrats, it’s not an impossible one to navigate.

Here’s how Democrats could net the two seats they need for a 51-seat majority.

Scenario 1: Heidi holds on

Of the half-dozen or so vulnerable Democratic incumbents, North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp is thought to be in the most danger. She’s down double digits in the polls to GOP Rep.
Kevin Cramer in a state Trump won by 36 percentage points. The Cook Political Report and other handicappers rate the race as “Lean Republican,” the only Democratic seat right of the tossup column. FiveThirtyEight’s classic model has Cramer as a 3-in-4 favorite. And CNN pegs Cramer’s most likely margin of victory at 8 percentage points, though its range of forecasted outcomes runs from a 19-percentage-point win by Cramer to a 4-percentage-point win by Heitkamp.

If Heitkamp were to pull this one out, though, that would fundamentally change the equation. Democrats currently have four credible chances of picking up a seat: Arizona, Nevada, Texas, and Tennessee. But there’s a clear divide between the first two and the last two on that list. FiveThirtyEight and CNN both have Democrat Kyrsten Sinema as a mild favorite to win a close race against Martha McSally in Arizona. Meanwhile in Nevada, FiveThirtyEight sees Democrat Jacky Rosen as the slight favorite and CNN sees her as the tiniest of underdogs against GOP Sen. Dean Heller. Meanwhile, both sites see Beto O’Rourke and Phil Bredesen as considerably longer shots in Texas and Tennessee, respectively. If Heitkamp and the rest of the Democratic incumbents can survive, winning eminently winnable races in Arizona and Nevada would be enough to win the Senate. If Heitkamp loses, though, Democrats will need to offset it with a bona fide upset somewhere else.

Scenario 2: Beto O’Rourke to the rescue

The path to 51 gets narrower if Heitkamp or another one of her Senate colleagues goes down, but it doesn’t close completely. Democrats would need a hero to emerge, most likely either in Texas or Tennessee. Of the two, Beto is considered the slightly better bet: FiveThirtyEight’s classic model, for instance, gives the Texan a 2-in-9 chance of beating Ted Cruz, to Bredesen’s 1-in-5 chance of beating Marsha Blackburn. If Beto takes down Cruz, he’d cement his status as a progressive folk hero. But if Beto takes down Cruz and becomes the 51st Democratic senator in the process? He’d become a god to the left.

Scenario 3: A very special surprise

If Heidi falls and Beto and Bredesen come up short—or some other less likely combination of events gets Democrats to 50 seats—Democrats could still be alive. Their last hope would be Tuesday’s special election in Mississippi, which is very special indeed: There were no primaries to winnow the field, there are no party affiliations listed on the ballot to guide voters, and there will be no election-night winner unless one of the four candidates secures a majority of the vote. That means a two-person runoff on Nov. 27 remains possible—and based on limited polling, maybe even probable—between the two favorites, interim GOP Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith and former Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy.* Cook has the race leaning Republican, meaning it’s technically competitive, but other handicappers like Inside Elections and Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball disagree. Regardless of Espy’s chances, though, a runoff would keep the Democratic dream of Senate control alive for at least a little longer.

A Republican House

Republicans are running into some serious historical headwinds as they try to limit Democrats’ gains below the 23 seats they need to take the speaker’s gavel. The party that controls the presidency has lost congressional seats in 35 out of the 38 midterms dating back to the end of the Civil War. And according to the Cook Political Report’s count, there have been seven midterm elections since 1966 where a president’s approval rating “hovered” below 50 percent—a, um, generous term for where Trump’s sits at the moment—and in those, the opposing party has picked up at least two dozen House seats in all but one. The sole exception was in 2014 in the middle of Barack Obama’s second term. The GOP won “only” 13 seats that year, in no small part because Democrats didn’t have all that many to lose after getting shellacked in the 2010 midterms.

Unlike in the Senate, where roughly one-third of the seats are up at any given time, the entire lower chamber is on the ballot every two years. That makes plotting out if-then paths to a GOP House insanely complicated, so let’s instead consider the types of races Republicans will need to win on Tuesday in order to keep the House. For the sake of simplicity, we’ll work off of Cook’s ratings and FiveThirtyEight’s classic model (as of midday Monday) to plot a path to another GOP House.

Where Republicans are the favorites

Cook counts a total of 47 Republican seats as tossups or worse for the GOP, giving Democrats plenty of opportunities to pick up the 23 seats they need. But before Republicans worry about winning the bulk of those battlegrounds, first they need to lock down the seats where they have the advantage but by are no means shoe-ins—a “Lean Republican” list that includes 28 GOP seats. Republicans don’t need to win all those districts, but they’ll need to offset any losses in this column with corresponding wins in districts that aren’t nearly as friendly. A small sampling of the kind of races we’re talking about:

• Iowa’s 4th, where bigoted Rep. Steve King is a 6-in-7 favorite against former pro baseball player J.D. Scholten in a rural district that went for Trump by 27 percentage points after going for Mitt Romney by 8 percentage points six years ago.

• California’s 50th, where indicted Rep. Duncan Hunter is a 7-in-9 favorite against former Obama administration official Ammar Campa-Najjar in a suburban San Diego district that went for Trump by 15 percentage points after going for Romney by 23 percentage points.

• Wisconsin’s 1st, where Speaker Paul Ryan is retiring and his former staffer, Bryan Steil, is a 7-in-9 favorite against union steelworker Randy Bryce in a gerrymandered district Trump won by 10 after Romney (with Ryan as his running mate) won by 4.

• Nebraska’s 2nd, where Rep. Don Bacon is the 4-in-7 favorite against nonprofit executive Kara Eastman in an Omaha-area district that went for Trump by just 2 after going for Romney by 7.

Republicans can also add to their cushion by winning in Minnesota’s 8th, the only Democratic seat in the Lean Republican column and one of just two such districts where Republicans are favorites. The GOP nominee, retired police office Pete Stauber, is a 4-in-5 favorite against former state lawmaker Joe Radinovich in that rural district, which went for Trump by 16 percentage points after going for Obama by 6. (The other Democratic district where the GOP is favored is Pennsylvania’s new 14th, which became more conservative after the state supreme court redrew the state’s map earlier this year.)

Where things could go either way

From there, the GOP will need to keep the momentum going in the toss-up column, where 29 of the 30 races are for Republican seats. A sampling:

• Texas’ 23rd, where Rep. Will Hurd is a 7-in-9 favorite against Air Force vet Gina Ortiz Jones in a San Antonio–area district that went for Clinton by 4 percentage points after going for Romney by 3.

• North Carolina’s 9th, where conservative pastor Mark Harris knocked off Rep. Robert Pittenger in the GOP primary and is now a 5-in-9 favorite against veteran Dan McCready in a Charlotte-area district that went for both Trump and Romney by 12.

• Virginia’s 7th, where Rep. Dave Brat is a 4-in-7 favorite against former CIA operations officer Abigail Spanberger in a suburban and rural Richmond district that went for Trump by 7 after going for Romney by 11.

• Kentucky’s 6th, where Rep. Andy Barr is a 5-in-9 favorite against former fighter pilot and viral star Amy McGrath in a Lexington-area district that went for Trump by 15 and Romney by 14.

• Utah’s 4th, where Rep. Mia Love is a 3-in-8 underdog against Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams in a Salt Lake City–area district that went for Trump by 7 after going for Romney by 37.

• Iowa’s 3rd, where Rep. David Young is a 3-in-10 underdog against Cindy Axne in a Des Moines–area district that went for Trump by 4 percentage points after going for Obama by the same margin.

The sole Democratic toss-up? The open seat for Minnesota’s 1st, where four-time GOP candidate Jim Hagedorn is a 4-in-9 underdog against Army vet Dan Feehan in the rural district that went for Trump by 15 percentage points after going for Obama by 1 percentage point.

Where they’ll need to pull off the upsets

Barring a near-sweep of those races, the GOP will still have some work to do to keep the House. Democrats are the clear favorite in a total of 18 GOP districts; in five of them, Cook doesn’t even give the GOP a chance. In a hypothetical world, then, where Republicans hold on to each and every of the 28 GOP seats that lean their way and win two-thirds of the 30 toss-ups, they’d still need to score a handful of upsets in the group of 13 GOP seats that Lean Democrat. A sampling:

• Kansas’ 3rd, where Rep. Kevin Yoder is a 1-in-7 underdog against attorney and former MMA fighter Sharice Davids in a Kansas City–area district that went for Clinton by 1 percentage point after going for Romney by 10 in 2012.

• Colorado’s 6th, where Rep. Mike Coffman is a 1-in-9 underdog against Army veteran Jason Crow in a suburban Denver district that went for Clinton by 9 percentage points after going for Obama by 5 percentage points.

• Iowa’s 1st, where Rep. Rod Blum is a 1-in-20 underdog against state Rep. Abby Finkenauer in a Cedar Rapids–area district that went for Trump by 4 after going for Obama by 14.

• California’s 49th, where state tax official Diane Harkey is a 1-in-30 underdog against attorney Mike Levin in this San Diego–area district that went for Clinton by 8 percentage points after going for Romney by 7 percentage points.

Unlike in the Senate, there is no single House race of outsize importance, and so there are myriad ways either party can cobble together the 218 seats it needs for a majority. Like Senate Democrats, however, House Republicans are going to need to beat the odds more often than they don’t on Tuesday if they’re going to be celebrating on Wednesday.

Is that probable? By definition, no. Is it possible? By definition, yes.

Correction, Nov. 6, 2018: This article originally misstated that the runoff in Mississippi’s special election would happen in December.


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BATON ROUGE, La. — Tua Tagovailoa threw two touchdown passes and ran 44 yards for a score in his toughest test this season, Alabama's defense stifled No. 4 LSU, and the top-ranked Crimson Tide remained unbeaten with a 29-0 victory Saturday night.

Tagovailoa took the field wearing a brace on right knee, threw his first interception of the season late in the first half and also played into the fourth quarter for the first time this season. None of those developments proved consequential. He was 25-of-42 passing for 295 yards and moved as well as well as he needed to, particularly when he sprinted up the middle of the field or his long TD run in the third quarter to give Alabama (9-0, 6-0 SEC, No. 1 CFP) a 22-0 lead.

Tagovailoa limped off the field after that play, went into the medical tent for some treatment and rode a stationary bike on the sideline, but returned for the next series.

LSU (7-2, 4-2, No. 3 CFP) entered a chance to control of the SEC Western Division with a victory, but that began to decreasingly realistic with every possession.

Alabama led 16-0 by halftime and forced LSU punts on the Tigers' first nine possessions. LSU drove to the Alabama 15 on its 10th series early in the fourth quarter, only to miss a field goal with 10:45 to go.

Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow completed 18 of 35 passes for 184 yards. He was sacked five times and had a pass intercepted.

NO. 2 CLEMSON 77, LOUISVILLE 16

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Travis Etienne ran for 153 yards and two touchdowns and 350-pound defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence added a 2-yard scoring burst for Clemson.

The Tigers (6-0 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 2 CFP) improved to 9-0 for the third time in four seasons and can wrap up their fourth ACC Atlantic Division title next week at Boston College.

Trevor Lawrence threw a pair of early touchdown passes. Etienne went over the 1,000-yard rushing mark and scored his ACC-leading 15th touchdown. Tavien Feaster added 101 yards rushing.

Freshman Lyn-J Dixon ran for 116 yards, the second time this season Clemson has had three runners with 100 or more yards. They finished with a season high 492 yards rushing.

Linebacker Isaiah Simmons had a pick-six, the Tigers collected five sacks, coach Dabo Swinney's eldest son Will caught a TD pass and even "Big Dex," a junior defensive tackle projected as a can't-miss, NFL first-rounder got in on the fun in the Tigers' "Fridge Package" against overmatched Louisville (2-7, 0-6).

NO. 3 NOTRE DAME 31, NORTHWESTERN 21

EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) — Ian Book threw for threw two touchdown passes and ran 23 yards for a score in the closing minutes to lead Notre Dame.

The Fighting Irish (9-0, No. 4 CFP) remained in line for a playoff spot and continued to build on their best start since the 2012 team went undefeated before losing to Alabama in the BCS championship game. The Wildcats (5-4) had won four in a row to grab the Big Ten West lead and they stayed in this one when it looked like Notre Dame was ready to pull away.

Book threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to a leaping Miles Boykin in the corner of the end zone and a 47-yarder to Michael Young in the third to give the Irish a 21-7 lead. He sealed it in the closing minutes when he turned up the left side for that 23-yard run.

NO. 5 MICHIGAN 42, NO. 14 PENN STATE 7

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Shea Patterson accounted for three touchdowns and Michigan put together a dominant performance on defense.

The Wolverines (8-1, 6-0 Big Ten, No. 5 CFP) moved a step closer toward their goals of winning a conference championship for the first time since 2004 and earning their first spot in the College Football Playoff. The Nittany Lions (6-3, 3-3, No. 14 CFP) scored with 1:59 left, avoiding getting shut out for the first time since 2001 against Michigan.

Karan Higdon ran for 132 yards and a score that put the Wolverines up 35-0 early in the fourth quarter. Michigan held Penn State to 186 yards and forced three turnovers, including Tommy Stevens' interception that was returned 62 yards by Brandon Watson for a touchdown.

NO. 6 GEORGIA 34, NO. 11 KENTUCKY 17

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — D'Andre Swift ran for a career-high 156 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries against Kentucky's vaunted defense and Georgia wrapped up its second straight Southeastern Conference Eastern Division title.

Swift had an 83-yard breakaway in the third quarter that gave Georgia (8-1, 6-1, No. 6 College Football Playoff) a 28-3 lead. He also had a nifty 20-yard scoring run in the second period when the game was close. Elijah Holyfield ran for a career-high 115 yards on 18 carries, scoring on a 4-yarder in the third quarter.

Georgia rushed for a season-high 331 yards to earn a spot in the SEC championship game Dec. 1 in Atlanta. Kentucky (7-2, 5-2, No. 9 CFP) has never reached the SEC championship game, which has been played every year since 1992.

NO. 7 OKLAHOMA 51, TEXAS TECH 46

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Kyler Murray recovered from a pair of early interceptions that led to a two-touchdown deficit, throwing for 360 yards and three touchdowns and running for 100 yards and another score to rally Oklahoma.

Trey Sermon set career highs with 206 yards rushing and three TDs as the Sooners (8-1, 5-1 Big 12) stayed in the hunt for a return to the College Football Playoff with their 19th straight win in a true road game and 14th consecutive November victory.

Oklahoma was seventh in the first playoff rankings released this past week.

The Red Raiders (5-4, 3-3) led 31-28 at halftime, but freshman quarterback Alan Bowman didn't return in the second half of their eighth straight loss against a Top 10 team going back to 2012. Texas Tech officials didn't immediately say why Bowman left the game.

Texas Tech punted three straight times without getting a first down after Jett Duffey replaced Bowman again, just as he did five weeks ago when Bowman sustained a partially collapsed lung against West Virginia. Bowman returned two weeks ago against Kansas.

Duffey then started moving the Red Raiders, and they pulled within two on his 4-yard scoring pass to Zach Austin on fourth down midway through the fourth quarter. But Robert Barnes intercepted the 2-point conversion pass and returned it 98 yards for two points and a 44-40 OU lead.

NO. 8 OHIO STATE 36, NEBRASKA 31

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — J.K. Dobbins ran for three touchdowns and Dwayne Haskins Jr. passed for two more scores to help Ohio State beat Nebraska.

After Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to JD Spielman to pull within five with 3 minutes left, Dobbins pounded away for two first downs to run out the clock.

Before the late Nebraska score, Dobbins broke through the right side and romped for a 42-yard touchdown with 5 minutes left to give Ohio State (8-1, 5-1 Big Ten, No. 10 CFP) breathing room.

Dobbins rushed for a season-high 163 yards — only his second 100-yard game this season. Running back Mike Weber added 91 yards on the ground.

Martinez threw for 266 yards and touchdown and rushed for two scores for Nebraska (2-7, 1-5).

NO. 10 WASHINGTON STATE 19, CALIFORNIA 13

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Gardner Minshew threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Easop Winston Jr. with 32 seconds left to lift Washington State past California, extending WSU's long-shot quest to crash the College Football Playoff.

Minshew threw for 334 yards for Washington State (8-1, 5-1 Pac-12, No. 8 CFP), which is also seeking its first Pac-12 North title. The Cougars have a 12-game home winning streak, fourth-longest in the nation.

Chase Garbers threw for 127 yards and ran for 67 for Cal (5-4, 2-4).

This is Washington State's first 8-1 start since 2002.

NO. 12 WEST VIRGINIA 42, NO. 15 TEXAS 41

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Will Grier threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Gary Jennings with 16 seconds left, and then ran in the 2-point conversion to lift West Virginia past Texas.

Grier broke his finger on a run to the pylon in the first quarter of a loss to Texas last year, and his winning run came on a similar scramble. But there was no defender near him this time as he held the ball up while crossing the goal line untouched.

The 2-point conversion came moments after Grier connected with David Sills. Texas had called timeout just before the ball was snapped so the Mountaineers had to line up again. Grier dropped back, took a step into the pocket, and then swung out to his left to break for the corner of the end zone.

Grier drove the Mountaineers (7-1, 5-1 Big 12, No. 13 CFP) to the win after Texas grabbed a 41-34 lead on Sam Ehlinger's touchdown throw to Devin Duvernay with 2:34 to play.

Grier finished with 346 yards passing and three touchdowns, two to Sills.

Ehlinger passed for 356 yards and three scores and also ran for a touchdown for Texas (6-3, 4-2, No. 17 CFP), which has lost two in a row.

MISSOURI 38, NO. 13 FLORIDA 17

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Drew Lock picked apart Florida's defense for the second straight year, throwing three touchdown passes to lead Missouri.

Lock completed 24 of 32 passes for 250 yards, with scoring throws to Albert Okwuegbunam, Kam Scott and Emanuel Hall that stunned the Swamp. Fortunately for the Gators (6-3, 4-3 Southeastern Conference), they won't have to face the senior and possible first-round draft pick again.

They might have seen the last of Feleipe Franks, too.

Coach Dan Mullen benched Franks late in the third quarter — the home crowd cheered wildly — and backup Kyle Trask promptly directed a 75-yard touchdown drive in which he converted two fourth downs. Trask found Josh Hammond in the end zone on the second one for a 7-yard score that made it 35-17.

The Tigers (5-4, 1-4) responded with a field goal that essentially sealed their first SEC win of the season and sent fans scrambling for the exits.

ARIZONA STATE 38, NO. 16 UTAH 20

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Manny Wilkins threw three touchdown passes to N'Keal Harry and Arizona State beat Utah, knocking the No. 16 Utes out of sole possession of first place in Pac-12 South.

The Utes (6-3, 4-3 Pac-12) lost quarterback Tyler Huntley to a broken collarbone in the third quarter. The loss snapped Utah's four-game winning streak.

Huntley was injured when he was hit while forcing a throw with 5:33 left in the third quarter. Freshman Jason Shelly replaced him and the offense struggled after that.

Harry caught nine passes for 161 yards, including TD catches of three, 23 and 61 yards. His three TD catches were a career high. Wilkins completed 19 of 24 for 285 yards and three scores with one interception. Eno Benjamin rushed for 175 yards, including a 44-yard TD run that sealed the victory with 4:12 to play. Arizona State (5-4, 3-3) gained 536 yards against a Utah defense that had been ranked No. 1 in the Pac-12.

SMU 45, NO. 17 HOUSTON 31

DALLAS (AP) — Ben Hicks threw for 318 yards and four touchdowns and SMU beat Houston, the second time in three years the Mustangs upset a ranked Cougars team.

The Mustangs (4-5, 3-2 American) never trailed, jumping out to a 17-0 lead after Hicks threw his second TD, a 17-yarder to Tyler Page less than a minute into the second quarter. Houston played its first game as a ranked team under second-year coach Major Applewhite.

Hicks threw three touchdowns as a redshirt freshman in the shocker two years ago, when SMU beat the then-No. 11 Cougars 38-16 and knocked them all of the way out of the poll.

After Houston (7-2, 4-1, No. 17 CFP) got to 38-31 on quarterback D'Eriq King's 3-yard touchdown run with 9:34 left, the Mustangs went on a time-consuming 13-play drive that ended with Ke'Mon Freeman's second touchdown run, an 8-yarder with 2:43 left. That drive was interrupted for about 90 minutes because of lightning and heavy rain. Freeman ran 20 times for 107 yards.

NO. 18 UTAH STATE 56, HAWAII 17

HONOLULU (AP) — Darwin Thompson and Gerold Bright each ran for three touchdowns as Utah State extended its winning streak to eight games.

The Aggies (8-1, 5-0 Mountain West) amassed 601 yards of total offense, including 426 rushing, and had a pair of 28-point quarters to pull away from the Rainbow Warriors (6-5, 3-3).

Thompson rushed 13 times for a career-best 141 yards and scored on a pair of 1-yard runs, as well as a 26-yard sprint. Bright carried a career-high 16 times for 121 yards and found the end zone on runs of 18, 47 and 9 yards.

Jordan Love threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Ron'quavion Tarver and ran in a 1-yard score on the final play of the first quarter.

Cole McDonald threw a pair of touchdown passes for Hawaii, which finished with 390 yards of total offense.

PURDUE 38, NO. 19 IOWA 36

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Spencer Evans made a 25-yard field goal with 8 seconds left, lifting Purdue past Iowa and back in the Big Ten's West Division title hunt.

David Blough threw three touchdown passes to Terry Wright and topped the 300-yard mark for the fifth time this season. The Boilermakers (5-4, 4-2 Big Ten) have won five of their last six and beat their third ranked team this season — the first time they've achieved that feat since 2003 — to move within one game of division leader Northwestern.

The Hawkeyes (6-3, 3-3) lost their second straight road game despite Nate Stanley's big day. The junior quarterback threw for 275 yards with one TD and ran for another but the conference's No. 2 scoring defense allowed a season-high point total.And when the Hawkeyes needed one last stop, Blough drove Purdue 43 yards to set up Evans for the winning kick.

NO. 20 FRESNO STATE 48, UNLV 3

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Marcus McMaryion threw for two touchdowns and 274 yards and Fresno State's defense had a near-perfect game.

Fresno State (8-1, 5-0 Mountain West) won its seventh straight and ended its two-game losing streak to the Rebels. The Bulldogs kept their one-game lead in the West Division over San Diego State, which won at New Mexico 31-23 Saturday night.

McMaryion completed 26 of 35 passes and rushed for 39 yards as his defense held UNLV to 175 total yards of offense through three quarters.

KeeSean Johnson had eight receptions for 97 yards to move his streak to 45 consecutive games with a catch. Coming into Saturday, Johnson led the nation in active career receptions at 234.

Fresno State's defense only allowed the Rebels over midfield twice in the first three quarters.

Charles Williams, a Fresno native, was the lone bright spot for UNLV (2-7, 0-5) as he rushed for 121 yards on 16 carries. UNLV's Max Gilliam was 14 of 30 for 98 yards for the Rebels, who will not be bowl eligible due to the loss.

NO. 22 SYRACUSE 41, WAKE FOREST 24

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Eric Dungey rushed for 119 yards and a touchdown, Jarveon Howard ran for two scores and Syracuse beat Wake Forest.

Dungey — whose average of 294.1 total yards per game ranks second in the ACC — was 23 of 35 for 157 yards and also ran for a 26-yard score to help the Orange (7-2, 4-2, No. 19 CFP) win their first game as a Top 25 team since the Dwight Freeney days in 2001.

Moe Neal added an 8-yard score, Chris Elmore had a 5-yard TD run and Andre Szmyt kicked two field goals for Syracuse, which earned its first conference road victory in more than two years.

Sam Hartman was 21 of 37 for 275 yards for the Demon Deacons (4-5, 1-4) with two touchdown passes.

NO. 21 MISSISSIPPI STATE 45, LOUISIANA TECH 3

STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — Nick Fitzgerald threw for 243 yards and four touchdowns and Mississippi State beat Louisiana Tech.

Mississippi State (6-3, No. 18 CFP) didn't have much trouble, scoring 21 points in the first quarter of what quickly turned into a lopsided game. Fitzgerald completed 17 of 28 passes and threw his touchdowns to Stephen Guidry, Deddrick Thomas, Kylin Hill and Jesse Jackson.

Fitzgerald also ran for 107 yards. Mississippi State has a 16-3 record during Fitzgerald's career when he breaks the 100-yard mark.

Louisiana Tech (6-3) was competitive in a loss to LSU this season, but its second game against a Southeastern Conference opponent didn't go well. J'Mar Smith completed 14 of 30 passes for 98 yards.

NO. 24 BOSTON COLLEGE 31, VIRGINIA TECH 21

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) — Travis Levy ran for two touchdowns and Boston College beat Virginia Tech to set up a huge home game against Clemson next week.

BC (7-2, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 22 CFP) limited the Hokies to 32 yards in the third quarter and erased a 14-7 deficit with 21 unanswered points after halftime. First-place in the ACC Atlantic Division will be on the line when the second-ranked Tigers visit Boston College.

Ryan Willis threw for 281 yards with three touchdown passes for Virginia Tech (4-4, 3-2), but the Hokies lost their third straight at home for the first time since 1992. It came on a day when they could have moved into a share of first place in the Coastal Division with a victory.

AUBURN 28, NO. 25 TEXAS A&M 24

AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — Seth Williams caught an 11-yard touchdown pass from Jarrett Stidham with 1:41 left and Auburn rallied to beat Texas A&M.

The Tigers (6-3, 3-3 Southeastern Conference) had a 14-point outburst over the final 5:14 and the defense came up with big stops. Stidham delivered big on both final drives.

Kellen Mond and the Aggies (5-4, 3-3) pushed the ball into Auburn territory on their final drive, converting a fourth-and-5. Then a holding call pushed them back across midfield and Mond's desperation pass into the end zone was incomplete. Officials put a second back on the clock, and Mond was sacked by Nick Coe on the final play.

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Mt Horeb United Methodist Church is looking for a student coordinator who is passionate about reaching every student in Lexington and surrounding area. The objective of the position is to build and facilitate a volunteer-centered youth ministry that is leading students on a journey to experience the life-changing reality of Jesus.

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Design Engineer Design Engineer - Skills Required - Design Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Solid Works, Drawings, CAD, Molding, Manufacturing, components, Products, BOM Design Engineer needed for a manufacturer of hardware and trim systems for commercial, industrial and emergency vehicle applications! As a Design Engineer, you will be responsible for the design, development and implementation of new products based on specifications. This candidate will analyze customer drawings, engineering sketches, specifications and related data to determine design factors such as size, shape and arrangement of parts. The Design Engineer will use computer assisted design/drafting equipment and software in updating and maintaining current products. Additionally, you will provide technical support to internal departments, suppliers and customers. **Top Reasons to Work with Us** Great pay, excellent benefits and career growth!! **What You Will Be Doing** - Generates assembly drawings, sub-assembly drawings and component drawings for new products. - Reviews product design for compliance with engineering principles, company standards, customer contract requirements, and related specifications. - Compiles engineering release (ERN) documentation. - Generates drawing changes and release (ECN) documentation. - Maintains current production drawings. - Checking and approval of drawings. - Enters Item Masters and Bill of Materials into Sage 100. - Issues electronic prints internally / externally. Monitors and assists with product validation testing as required. Generates test reports. **What You Need for this Position** - Experience in a Manufacturing Environment is preferred. - Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. - 10+ years of design experience (small mechanisms, stampings, castings, extrusions and injection moldings). - CAD/Solid Molding experience with Solid Works (or equivalent) & 2-D drafting experience. - Basic electronic experience beneficial. - Experience working in Microsoft Word, Excel and Project is a plus. - Competent in problem solving analysis and project management (organization and presentation skills) **What's In It for You** Great pay, excellent benefits and career growth!! 1. Apply directly to this job opening here! or 2. E-mail directly for more information to joshua.sanchez@CyberCoders.com Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. **CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. **Your Right to Work** – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire. *Design Engineer* *SC-Lexington* *JS22-1492805*
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Manufacturing Engineer Manufacturing Engineer - Skills Required - Manufacturing Engineer, Process Improvement, Production, Tooling, Lean, Six Sigma, Layouts, Equipment, Industrial Manufacturing Engineer needed for a manufacturer of hardware and trim systems for commercial, industrial and emergency vehicle applications! As a Manufacturing Engineer, you will plan, direct, and coordinate manufacturing processes in an industrial plant. Also this individual will develop, evaluate, and improve manufacturing methods using knowledge of product design, materials and parts, fabrication processes, tooling and production equipment capabilities, assembly methods, and quality control standards. Analyze and plan work force utilization, space requirements, workflow, and designs layout of equipment and workspace for maximum efficiency. Estimate production times, staffing requirements, and related costs. Apply statistical methods to estimate future manufacturing requirements. **Top Reasons to Work with Us** Great pay, excellent benefits and career growth!! **What You Will Be Doing** - Carries out process improvement, problem resolution, project management and employee training. - Improves manufacturing processes and methods for cost-reduction, quality improvement and efficiency. - Prepares and presents plans for the above and coordinate deployment including training of team members. - Assists manufacturing manager in improving a system of production control, standard operating procedures, safety, quality control and training. - Performs research, design and development of manufacturing processes including production flow, assembly methods and production equipment. - Prepares and maintains detailed layouts of buildings and equipment. - Coordinates the manufacturing launch of new/revised products including establishing goals, training team members and evaluating results. - Establishes and maintains production routings in accordance with established standards. - Works with Accounting and Manufacturing to provide cost estimates on new products ort changes to existing products. - Designs, develops and tests and/or sources and cost justifies various tools, machinery and equipment for recommended manufacturing methods. - Performs product/process analysis for cost reduction, quality improvement, and improved efficiency. - Represents manufacturing on cross-functional teams. - Provide technical support to the maintenance department. - Work with the Director of Quality and the Safety Team to improve safety within the facility. **What You Need for this Position** - Bachelor's degree in engineering required. - 6+ years of manufacturing and production experience. **What's In It for You** Great pay, excellent benefits and career growth!! 1. Apply directly to this job opening here! or 2. E-mail directly for more information to joshua.sanchez@CyberCoders.com Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. **CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. **Your Right to Work** – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire. *Manufacturing Engineer* *SC-Lexington* *JS22-1492784*
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MA-Lexington, Job Description: Verification Engineer * This position requires the ability to obtain a Security Clearance In order to apply for a Security Clearance you need to be a U.S. Citizen * Assignment: Verification Engineer Position Scope/Job Functions 1. A verification engineer to support FPGA design teams implementing high data rate digital interfaces for optical communications and airborne networking s
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Network Administrator Network Administrator - Skills Required - System Administration, Network Experience, Cisco Based out of Lexington, we are an innovative, fun, IT company. Due to steady growth, we are in need of an experienced Network Administrator to join our team. **What You Will Be Doing** Provide technical design, administrative, and operational support for LAN/WLAN/WAN/VoIP network infrastructure for the location; Connect, make changes and testing of existing and new infrastructure components and services; Manage access to the IT infrastructure components and services within the scope of responsibility; Insure safety and security standards for IT environment; Execute backup and restoration of data; Make repairing works with external companies, if it is necessary; Make troubleshooting and resolve issues on site, if it is possible; Execute support from/with 2nd level or 3rd level, if it is necessary; Execute monitoring of IT environment/applications; Ensure fulfillment for quality of service (SLA) for IT infrastructure; Provide users support and helpdesk within the scope of the responsibility; Provide control and quality check of installation done by external companies (passive components/network equipment/applications); Report about utilization, efficiency of IT equipment/applications and also register unauthorized or forbidden activities of the users; Provide necessary maintenance activities; Execute defined processes, procedures, instruction **What You Need for this Position** Technical Leadership, project management, execution Plan, install, configure, and maintain networking equipment. WAN / LAN Install and maintain Windows Server networks, email systems, and backup systems Troubleshoot client/server problems, cabling, and software application problems Create and maintain a highly efficient environment by tools and automation Provide detailed documentation of work and environment Provide analysis and proposals that coincide with a technological vision Handling multiple tasks simultaneously Dealing with the public and maintaining great customer relations Nice to have: - Degree in related field - Email migration experience So, if you are a Network Engineer with experience, please apply today! Feel free to email me resumes directly Evan.Cornutt@Cybercoders.com Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. **CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. **Your Right to Work** – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire. *Network Administrator* *KY-Lexington* *EC6-1492808*
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WASHINGTON — The Democrats picked up at least two dozen House seats Tuesday and appeared on track to retake control of the chamber, a victory that could put a check on President Donald Trump's agenda over the next two years and trigger a multitude of investigations into his business dealings and administration.

As one of the most volatile midterm elections in U.S. history wound down, the Democrats drew ever closer to the 218 seats needed for a majority, with dozens of races still undecided. A Democratic victory would break the Republicans' eight-year hold on the House that began with the tea party revolt of 2010.

While the Republican Party retained control of the Senate, a win for the Democrats in the House would end the GOP monopoly on power in Washington and open a new era of divided government.

"Tomorrow will be a new day in America," Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said at a victory party in Washington.

The campaign unfolded against a backdrop of ugly rhetoric and angry debates on immigration, health care and the role of Congress in overseeing the president.

With the Democratic Party needing a net gain of 23 to take back the House, its candidates flipped seats in several suburban districts outside Washington, Philadelphia, Miami, Chicago and Denver that were considered prime targets for turnover because they were won by Hillary Clinton in 2016. The Democrats also made inroads in Trump country, where they tried to win back white working-class voters.

Midterm elections are typically difficult for the party in power, but the GOP's hold on power was further weakened by an unusually large number of retirements as well as infighting between conservatives and centrists over their allegiance to Trump.

The Democrats, in turn, benefited from extraordinary voter enthusiasm, robust fundraising and unusually fresh candidates. More women than ever were running, along with veterans and minorities, many of them motivated by revulsion over Trump.

As the returns came in, the House was on track to break the record of 84 female members of one party or the other.

In trying to stem Republican losses, Trump made only passing reference to his $1.5 trillion tax cut — the GOP Congress' signature achievement — and instead barnstormed through mostly white regions of the country, interjecting dark and foreboding warnings. He predicted an "invasion" from the migrant caravan making its way toward the U.S. and decried the "radical" agenda of speaker-in-waiting Pelosi.

Trump also took little responsibility for the House, saying his focus was on saving the Senate.

On Tuesday night, he called to congratulate Pelosi and acknowledged her plea for bipartisanship, the leader's spokesman said.

Health care and immigration were high on voters' minds as they cast ballots, according to a ranging survey of the American electorate conducted by The Associated Press. AP VoteCast also showed a majority of voters considered Trump a factor in their votes.

The Democratic candidates tried to stick to an economic message of lowering health care costs and investing in infrastructure to create jobs.

They also promised to clean up government. With control of the House, Democrats will chair powerful committees and have subpoena power to seek Trump's tax returns and more aggressively investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election and whether there was any collusion by the president's campaign.

In the Miami area, former Clinton administration Cabinet member Donna Shalala won an open seat, while GOP Rep. Carlos Curbelo lost his bid for a third term in another district.

In the suburbs outside the nation's capital, Virginia Rep. Barbara Comstock — among the most endangered GOP incumbents, branded Barbara "Trumpstock" by Democrats — lost to Jennifer Wexton, a prosecutor and state legislator.

And outside Richmond, Virginia, one-time tea party favorite Rep. Dave Brat lost to Democrat Abigail Spanberger, a former CIA operative motivated to run for office after the GOP vote to gut the Affordable Care Act. Like other Democrats across the country, Spanberger emphasized protecting people with pre-existing conditions from being denied coverage or charged more by insurers.

Pennsylvania was particularly daunting for Republicans after court-imposed redistricting and a rash of retirements put several seats in play. Democratic favorite Conor Lamb, who stunned Washington by winning a special election in the state, beat Republican Rep. Keith Rothfus in a new district. At least three other red districts flipped to blue.

In Kansas, Democrat Sharice Davids beat a GOP incumbent to become one of two Native American women, with Deb Haaland of New Mexico, elected to the House. Davids is also openly gay.

Democrats welcomed other firsts, including two Muslim-American women, Rhasida Tlaib of Michigan and Minnesota's Ilhan Oman, who is also the first Somali-American elected to Congress. The Republican side of the aisle elected mostly white men.

But in Kentucky, one of the top Democratic recruits, retired Marine fighter pilot Amy McGrath, lost her bid to oust to three-term Rep. Andy Barr in the Lexington-area district.

Republicans had expected the GOP tax plan would be the cornerstone of their election agenda this year, but it became a potential liability in key states along the East and West coasts where residents could face higher tax bills because of limits on property and sales tax deductions.

The tax law was particularly problematic for Republicans in New Jersey, where at least three GOP-held seats flipped. The winners included Democrat Mikie Sherrill, a former Navy pilot and federal prosecutor who ran for a suburban Newark seat.

The GOP campaign committee distanced itself from eight-term Rep. Steve King of Iowa after he was accused of racism and anti-Semitism, but he won anyway.

In California, four GOP seats in the one-time Republican stronghold of Orange County were in play, along with three other seats to the north beyond Los Angeles and into the Central Valley.

"We always knew these races are going to be close," said Rep. Katherine Clark of Massachusetts, co-chair of House Democrats' recruitment efforts. "It's just a very robust class of candidates that really reflects who we are as a country."

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New York Democratic congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, center, signs a register before voting, Tuesday Nov. 6, 2018, in the Parkchester community in the Bronx, N.Y. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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          (USA-MD-Lexington Park) Quality Manager - DoD, Aerospace      Cache   Translate Page      
Quality Manager - DoD, Aerospace Quality Manager - DoD, Aerospace - Skills Required - Quality Training, Internal Audits, Quality Certifications, Corrective action activities, analyzing performance metrics, AS9100 Quality Management System (QMS), DoD Experience, Aviation experience If you are a Quality Manager with experience, please read on! **Top Reasons to Work with Us** 1. We are a small company focusing on technical solutions and services for our Department of Defense, NASA and commercial customers 2. Our engineers and program managers combine in-depth understanding of our customers goals and objectives with technical solutions to address the challenges. 3. Our employees are provided the tools and the autonomy necessary to excel in their jobs and to meet the needs of our customers **What You Will Be Doing** Responsibilities will include: -Quality training -Performing internal audits -Maintaining and updating quality certifications -Managing corrective action activities -Developing and communicating quality goals -Gathering and analyzing performance metrics -Managing the AS9100 Quality Management System (QMS) -Acting as the company's quality management representative with customers, suppliers, auditors, and regulatory agencies -Work collaboratively with company project leads and organizational representatives to provide quality support in the design, fabrication, assembly, integration, and test of systems, parts, and components -Ensure application of appropriate standards throughout company operations and that project and process control documentation is compliant with requirements -Work directly with customers to support quality requirements -Lead all internal and 3rd party audits -Manage quality metrics, trends and activities to improve cost, quality, and schedule performance - Implement a quality culture of root cause analysis and corrective action to prevent future escapes and continuously improve quality - Develop quality plans by conducting analyses; identifying critical control points and preventive measures; establishing critical limits; monitoring procedures, corrective actions, and verification procedures; and monitoring inventory quality -Prepare quality documentation and reports by collecting, analyzing and summarizing information and trends including corrective actions, failed processes, recalls, return merchandise and re-validations -Conduct periodic reviews of manufacturing and quality systems and create improvement cycles based on performance results -Interface with purchasing, engineering, and manufacturing/operations to ensure customer requirements and specifications are flowed down to products and services -Support the analysis of supplier performance metrics to recommend supplier approval/selection and sourcing decisions -Support the company quality performance rating process to continually improve customer satisfaction - Investigate customer complaints -Support manufacturing and quality project planning and scheduling to assure a seamless execution and delivery of products and services -Support procedure development, quality task sequences, planning and workflow for fabrication, assembly, integration, test, and shipping/receiving **What You Need for this Position** Education: -Bachelor's degree in engineering or technical field Experience: -7-10 years of DoD or aviation related experience, with experience in ISO 9001 / AS9100 Quality/ Quality Management -Leverages comprehensive metrics, customer and employee feedback to assess performance and risks -Demonstrated understanding of the program / product lifecycle in the areas of new business pursuit, design, supply chain management, receiving operations, inventory control, production control, product test & evaluation, reliability, root cause analysis, product sell off, and/or shipping and product support as they apply to quality -Audit experience, particularly with ISO 9001 / AS9100 Quality Management Systems -Ability to self-manage, set priorities, demonstrate follow-through, and effectively communicate at all levels of an organization Preferred Skills: -Root Cause Analysis -Risk Management -Aerospace industry -quality auditor certifications -knowledge or familiarity with CMMI So, if you are a Quality Manager with experience, please apply today! Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. **CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. **Your Right to Work** – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire. *Quality Manager - DoD, Aerospace* *MD-Lexington Park* *AS11-1492864*
          (USA-MD-Lexington Park) Systems Administrator II      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** The selected candidate will be responsible for supporting and maintaining workstations, laptops, and servers in a development environment. Duties may include setting up administrator and service accounts, maintaining system documentation using MS Word, Excel and Visio, monitoring and tuning system performance, installing system wide software and operating system patches and ensuring network security using ACAS, SCAP and DISA STIGs. Make recommendations to purchase hardware and software, coordinate installation and provide backup recovery. Set up and maintain computer simulators for landing system interfaces. Provides computer support to ensure lab and building security. This position is located in scenic and historic Southern Maryland in the St. Mary's County Technology Corridor adjacent to the Patuxent River Naval Air Station. There is no monetary relocation assistance budgeted for this position. Applicants must be currently residing in or state willingness to relocate self to St. Mary's County, Maryland or surrounding areas. Please be sure to address all requirements of posted requisition in resume. Only resumes that include all requirements will be considered. **Typical Education & Experience** High School diploma and at least 6 years of Department of Defense related IT experience or Associate Degree and 4 years of DoD related IT experience or Bachelor's degree and 2 years of related DoD IT experience **Required Skills and Education** High School diploma and at least 6 years of Department of Defense related IT experience or Associate Degree and 4 years of DoD related IT experience or Bachelor's degree and 2 years of related DoD IT experience Ability to obtain and maintain the required security clearance IAT Level II Certification (CompTIA Security CE or equivalent) Microsoft Operating System Certification (MCITP, MCP, MCSE, etc.) Strong experience with Microsoft Windows 7/10 and Server 2016 operating systems Experience working with Microsoft Windows Active Directory creating/removing users and computers and resetting user account passwords Experience creating and applying domain group policy objects Strong technical troubleshooting and problem solving skills Experience with RedHat and CentOS Linux Local Area Network knowledge and troubleshooting experience **Preferred Skills and Education** Active security clearance ACAS experience Experience applying DISA STIGs and performing SCAP scans Microsoft Windows OS and/or Linux OS certifications Knowledge of Navy landing systems and interfaces **About BAE Systems Intelligence & Security** BAE Systems is a premier global defense and security company with approximately 90,000 employees delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services. Information Solutions, based in Reston, Virginia, is among the 10 largest IT providers to the U.S. government, serving most of the federal defense and civilian marketplace. It provides network-centric command, control, computing, and intelligence (C3I) solutions; wideband networking radio systems; information systems for the U.S. intelligence community; geospatial information services; and information technology services. Leveraging its knowledge of signals and data derived from signals, Information Solutions has attained a market-leading position in advanced information technology research, intelligence analysis and production, and geospatial exploitation software. Equal Opportunity Employer/Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Gender Expression **Systems Administrator II** **BAE1US21203** EEO Career Site Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities . females . veterans . individuals with disabilities . sexual orientation . gender identity . gender expression
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**Job Description** BAE Systems is seeking a highly motivated undergraduate to join our Integrated Solutions department. The selected candidate will assist in developing CAD/SolidWorks models for various DoD platforms. The selected candidate will be challenged to perform the following tasks and share their solutions with a small team of engineers. - Create and review computer-aided drawings (CAD). - Create and review 3D models using SolidWorks. **Required Skills and Education** - Strong written and verbal communication skills - High school diploma - Drafting background from Technology Center and/or Drafting Certificate - Knowledge of SolidWorks and AutoCAD programs **About BAE Systems Intelligence & Security** BAE Systems Intelligence & Security, based in McLean, Virginia, designs and delivers advanced defense, intelligence, and security solutions that support the important missions of our customers. Our pride and dedication shows in everything we dofrom intelligence analysis, cyber operations and IT expertise to systems development, systems integration, and operations and maintenance services. Knowing that our work enables the U.S. military and government to recognize, manage and defeat threats inspires us to push ourselves and our technologies to new levels. That s BAE Systems. That s Inspired Work. Equal Opportunity Employer/Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Gender Expression. To see Inspired Work in action, visit www.baesystems.com and follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/baesystemsintel. **Drafter Intern** **BAE1US21231** EEO Career Site Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities . females . veterans . individuals with disabilities . sexual orientation . gender identity . gender expression
          (USA-MA-Lexington) Sr. Facilities Engineer / Supervisor      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** Lexington and Burlington Supervisor Description This supervisor position (10B Sr. Facilities Engineer / Supervisor) reports to the Facilities Plant Engineering Manager, responsible for the Lexington and Burlington, MA locations. Collectively these sites make up a total of approx. 250,000 GSF within business park settings. The Lexington site consists of a Triple Net Lease (NNN) lease while the Burlington site consists of Full Service Lease (FSL). The successful candidate will be part of a Plant Engineering team that maintains and operates the building infrastructure consisting of a variety of spaces, including, but not limited to, Offices, Class 5 through 8 Foundry Clean Rooms, Manufacturing area as well as other specialty type labs. This position requires support consisting 24/7 in conjunction with a dedicated emergency on-call team. Responsibilities will include the supervision of a diverse Plant Engineering Team, consisting of General Maintenance, Licensed Trades, Chemical Safety Inspectors, and numerous contracted services personnel. The successful candidate must have operational knowledge of the following building systems: Electrical Distribution Systems, Emergency Generators, Lighting Systems, Fire Alarm Systems, Fire Protection Systems / Sprinkler Protection, HVAC/R consisting of DX package units, Air Cooled Chillers, Chilled Water Units, Cooling Towers, Cleaned Dry Compressed Air Systems, Toxic / Flammable Gas Monitoring Systems. The successful candidate will require training in chemical emergency response as an Incident Commander (HAZWOPER training), be part of an Incident Response/Business Continuity Management Team, requiring a leading or supporting role for a variety of scenarios that could impact / disrupt building operations. *Required Skills The successful candidate must have strong communication skills, experience in a leadership role with direct reports of various technical capabilities, building occupants, lab coordinators, functional managers, and executive leadership. The successful candidate must be comfortable with a variety of computer software applications, such as Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point), and other administrative tools. The candidate should have experience in following company processes and procedures for writing and executing personnel performance reviews, conflict resolution, rewards and recognition, and labor compliance. *Preferred Skills and Education Bachelor s Degree with 4 years industrial building operations experience Familiarity with CMMS Software (Maximo) and Electronic time card systems (Auto Time) *Education and Experience Minimum requirement: experience of eight (8 ) years in an industrial setting along with a High School Diploma. Adequate requirement: experience of six (6 ) years in an Industrial buildings along with an Associate s Degree. Preferred requirement: experience of four (4 ) year s industrial building operational experience along with a. Bachelor Degree. **Typical Education & Experience** Typically a Bachelor's Degree and 4 years work experience or equivalent experience **Required Skills and Education** Applicant must posses the following skills + Be a self starter and able to motivate subordinate work teams + Have excellent communication skills up to executive positions + Have a working knowledge of a Computerized Management Systems / Prefer Maximo + Posses light to medium Project Management Skills + Able to work beyond normal 40 hour work week to minimize business disruption due to infrastructure failure / severe weather impact. + Committed to detail + Supervise multiple / diverse environments / + Strong / working knowledge of Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems + Able to manage in the absence of the Facilities Plant Engineering Manager. + Attain HazWoper 24 hour certification / able to perform Incident Commander **Preferred Skills and Education** See required skills section **About BAE Systems Electronic Systems** BAE Systems is a premier global defense and security company with approximately 90,000 employees delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services. The Electronic Systems (ES) sector spans the commercial and defense electronics markets with a broad portfolio of mission-critical electronic systems, including flight and engine controls; electronic warfare and night vision systems; surveillance and reconnaissance sensors; secure networked communications equipment; geospatial imagery intelligence products and systems; mission management; and power-and energy-management systems. Headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire, ES employs approximately 13,000 people globally, with engineering and manufacturing functions primarily in the United States, United Kingdom, and Israel. Equal Opportunity Employer/Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Gender Expression **Sr. Facilities Engineer / Supervisor** **BAE1US21191** EEO Career Site Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities . females . veterans . individuals with disabilities . sexual orientation . gender identity . gender expression
          No. 6 Bulldogs seize SEC East crown      Cache   Translate Page      

LEXINGTON, Ky. – For the second year in a row, Georgia captured the Southeastern Conference East Division Championship after the No. 6 Bulldogs defeated the No. 11 Kentucky Wildcats, 34-17, Saturday afternoon at Kroger Field. The Bulldogs (8-1, 6-1 SEC) remain undefeated against SEC East foes for the second straight season en route to collecting […]

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The Georgia Bulldogs are set to take on the Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday in Lexington. The game is set for 3:30pm ET on CBS. UGA football has released a trailer for the 2018 Georgia-Kentucky game titled “Takeoff.” Check out the video below. Go Dawgs!

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ATHENS, Ga. – Tuesday’s 64-degree weather welcomed the University of Georgia football team to the Woodruff practice fields, where the Bulldogs practiced for two hours in preparation for their upcoming matchup against Kentucky. Saturday’s Lexington contest is slated for a 3:30 p.m. start time on CBS. Both SEC East teams boast a 7-1 record on the […]

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Harry Louis Stroub, 71, Cynthiana, died Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018 at the Bluegrass Hospice Care Center at Saint Joseph Hospital in Lexington. He was the...
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The Lexington Parking Authority announced today that its LEXPARK program will once again run the nationally recognized “Food for Fines” canned food drive from Monday, November 19 through Friday, December 14. Customers who bring in 10 cans of food will receive $15 off any LEXPARK or Lexington Police parking citation. Customers with multiple citations may […]
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Nearly an hour after Fox News predicted the Democrats would regain the House, moments ago NBC confirmed as much, and called the House for the Democrats.

As Bloomberg adds, the projections from NBC and Fox reflect good trends for Democrats in the recent calls: namely, that they're continuing to flip the races where they were favored, and picked off the occasional toss-up. CNN is projecting that Democrats could win up to 35 seats. Republicans have picked up 2 Senate seats, though 11 races remain undecided.

Assuming those trends hold, they should be able to take the Speaker's gavel. But there's a lot to be decided about what kind of governing majority Nancy Pelosi will have.

And, as we reported earlier, NBC also called the Senate for the Republicans, which means that after the 2016 fiasco, this time conventional wisdom was correct, and consensus - Dems get House, GOP keeps Senate - was right.

Which means that in addition to Nancy Pelosi, who is set to become the new House Speaker, Adam Schiff taking over the House Intelligence Committee, and Elijah Cummings becoming the news Oversight Committee chair, the new chair of the House Financial Services committee will be none other than Maxine Water. 

Waters has frequently clashed with Trump, calling for his impeachment - and earning a nickname as "low IQ" from the president.

She's signaled she'll likely be an aggressive watchdog on the panel, as she sought (unsuccessfully) to subpoena Trump family records from Deutsche Bank AG and opposed a bipartisan effort to scale back some elements of Dodd Frank.

That hasn't stopped President Trump from spinning the night as an unmitigated win.

Here's a roundup of some other key late-breaking races.

  • In what was perhaps the biggest House upset in Democrats' favor, voters in the normally red 11th Congressional district on Staten Island and in South Brooklyn gave the upset to Democrat Max Rose, who topped the former Staten Island District Attorney 52% to 48%, with 92%.
  • Democrat Andrew Gillum has conceded to Republican Ron DeSantis in the tight Florida governors race dealing a major blow to Dems hopes of retaking governorships. Gillum, the mayor of Tallahassee, was vying to be Florida's first black governor.
  • Former Tennessee Titan Democrat Colin Allred defeated House Rules Committee Chairman Pete Sessions in his Dallas-area district, winning another major victory for Dems.
  • Fox News is projecting that Democratic incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill has been defeated by her GOP opponent Josh Hawley.
  • Former CFPB head Richard Cordray lost his bid to be Ohio's next governor.
  • Jared Polis has become the first openly gay man to win a governor's race, besting Republican Mike DeWine in Colorado.
  • Boston's Ayanna Pressley has become the first black woman elected to Congress from Massachusetts (she famously defeated a long-time Democratic incumbent in a primary earlier this year. On the same tip, "girl from the Bronx" Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has become the youngest woman ever elected to Congress at the age of 29. She defeated Democratic leader Joe Crowley in a primary in the spring.
  • Democrat Laura Kelly defeated Kris Kobach to turn the Kansas governorship blue.
  • Republican Brian Kemp is ahead of Stacey Abrams in the race for Georgia governor by 10 points with 81% of precincts reporting, according to CBS. Abrams, who was endorsed by several celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey.
  • North Dakota Democratic incumbent Heidi Heitkamp lost to Republican challenger Kevin Kramer.
  • Democrats are presently winning all four Iowa congressional districts, including the seat of Rep. Steve King.
  • Democrat Kate Brown is projected to win election to Oregon governor

In one silver lining for  Republicans, Denver Riggleman, a man who once wrote bigfoot-themed erotica (a published a novel entitled "Mating Habits of Bigfoot and Why Women Want Him"), has defeated his Democratic challenger Leslie Cockburn

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Update 22:15 EST: After a series of surprising wins in key Senate races, NBC now projects Republicans will retain Senate control. At the same time, however, it now looks almost guaranteed that Republicans will lose control of the House.

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Update 22:10 EST:  After the earlier fiasco, in which CBS called Texas for Beto O'Rourke only to correct itself, moments ago ABC called the Texas Senate race for Ted Cruz.

Despite the Cruz setback. the Democrat wins in the house continues with CNN projecting: Sharice Davids wins KS03, Chrissy Houlahan wins PA06, Dean Phillips wins MN03, Max Rose wins NY11. CNN projects: Sharice Davids wins KS03, Chrissy Houlahan wins PA06, Dean Phillips wins MN03, Max Rose wins NY11.

With these wins, the Democrats only need another 15 turns to take control of the House.

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Update 22:00 EST: Mitt Romney has won the senate race in Utah; as Republicans Hold another key Senate seat. Meanwhile, as Bloomberg reports, "Democrats are picking up congressional seats across the country, but not at a rate that would suggest a wave. The race for control of the House remains close, with projection models still predicting a flip of the lower chamber." At the same time, the path to Senate control looks almost non-existent for Democrats, following losses by Sen. Joe Donnelly in Indiana and Marsha Blackburn's hold of Tennessee's Senate seat.

According to the latest PredictIt odds, after being tied with the Democrats as recently as an hour ago, the Republicans odds of keeping the House have tumbled to just 10%.

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Update 21:45 EST: In what may be remembered as the biggest gaffe of the evening, moments ago CBS first called the Texas Senate race for Beto O'Rourke over Sen. Ted Cruz, but moments later corrected itself, amending to say it doesn't call Texas Senate race, instead blasting the following: Democrat Beto O’Rourke's Race in Texas Senate Still Unclear, CBS Reports

Meanwhile, with the Trump Hotel bar in DC reportedly "at capacity", President Trump (who is at a private reception in the White House) is greeting supporters and shaking hands.

Tennessee's Marsha Blackburn is leading Democrat Phil Bredensen (who was famously endorsed by pop sensation Taylor Swift) in the race for Bob Corker's Senate seat, putting her on track to become Tennessee's first female Senator. Meanwhile, Dems have picked up two key seats in Pennsylvania's 5th and 17th districts, widening the Dems win rate for 'flippable' seats to 4 and sending odds that the GOP will retain control of the House tumbling.

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Update 21:15 EST: 538's forecasting model is now placing Republican odds of winning the House back below 50% to 45.7%.

House

But online betting markets are still more optimistic, with PredictIt seeing the GOP essentially deadlocked for control of the House.

Predictit

Meanwhile, New York City's Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has officially become the youngest woman ever elected to Congress at the age of 29, winning more than 80% of the votes in New York's 14th Congressional district.

In Texas, Beto O'Rourke's lead briefly shrunk to just 79 votes (O'Rourke: 2,196,196 Cruz: 2,196,117). In North Dakota, Democrat Heidi Heitkamp is way behind with 38% of the vote compared with Republican Kevin Cramer's 62%.

Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi speaking at a campaign event in Washington proclaimed that Democrats "will win tonight" and said her majority will run a Congress that is "open" and "transparent."

This as Bloomberg pointed out that even a narrow win in the House will prompt "soul searching" for Democrats.

If Democrats lose both the House and Senate tonight, it will be a catastrophic defeat for both the party and its policy goals. But even a narrow victory in the House that comes in below expectations will prompt some soul-searching.

Leaders in the party are likely to openly question whether an avowedly liberal presidential candidate would be best suited to take on President Donald Trump in 2020, when the party will need to recapture swing districts and states. A narrow victory will also increase the governing headaches for Democratic leaders, and could even endanger Nancy Pelosi's bid to become the first woman re-elected as Speaker. Of course, there's still a lot of votes to be counted.

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Update 21:00 EST: It's 9 pm on the East Coast and polls have officially closed in most of the country. The upshot according to a summary from BBG is that Republicans are performing better than expected, though Dems have so far averted any major disasters.

Polls in nine states close at 9pm, meaning that voting has concluded in the majority of the country.

So far, things are trending well for Republicans. Toss-up districts in Kentucky and Florida have gone to the GOP, and they've held on to seats where Democrats might have been competitive in a so-called tsunami.

There's also reason for GOP optimism in the Senate, with Sen. Joe Donnelly, a Democrat, appearing unlikely to win re-election in Indiana. That makes a surprise Democratic victory in the upper chamber unlikely.

Still, Democrats avoided disaster in New Jersey's Senate race and have flipped some House districts where they were favored.

Here's a summary of the remaining tossups.

Tossups

While Democrat Joe Manchin has successfully defended his West Virginia Senate seat from Republican challenger Patrick Morrisey, in Texas, what looked like a promising race for Dems early on has transitioned into a tossup as Ted Cruz has eroded insurgent Democrat Beto O'Rourke's early double-digit lead.

Beto

As of 9 pm, Democrats must pick up 21 more Republican seats and not lose any of their own to win the House. But perhaps most telling of all, CNN's Jake Tapper has proclaimed: "This is not a blue wave."

Wave

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Update 20:45 EST: Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly has lost to Republican challenger Mike Braun in Indiana, a major blow to Dems that means Republicans will likely expand their majority in the Senate. Trump had made defeating Donnelly a priority, even visiting Indiana on Monday in his pre-midterm rally blitz. Pollsters have called it: The GOP has won the Senate. And as Lexington Kentucky's Andy Barr has won re-election, defeating Amy McGrath and dealing a major blow to Democrats' ambitions for winning a solid majority in the House. Republicans are now favorites to win the House and Senate, according to real-time polls and online betting markets.

For those keeping score at home, the GOP has retained two competitive seats (VA5 and KY6), while Dems have swung two (VA10, FL27).

Map

Meanwhile, Florida Gov. Rick Scott is pulling ahead of incumbent Dem Bill Nelson in the race for Nelson's Senate seat. In New Jersey, Democrats have dodged what would have been a major blow to their Congressional ambitions now that New Jersey's Senate Race has been called for Bob Menendez. Menendez has managed to win a third term, averting what would have been the first Republican senatorial victory in New Jersey since 1972, despite being admonished by the Senate in April for accepting unreported gifts and travel from a friendly Florida doctor who is now imprisoned on insurance fraud charges. That admonition came after Menendez survived a trial, and then was acquitted during a retrial, on corruption charges of his own. The Feds dropped their case against Menendez afterwards, but doubts about Menendez's ethical bearings helped make the race somewhat competitive.

Menendez defeated Republican Bob Hugin, a former chairman of Celgene Corp., a millionaire who self-funded his campaign.

Bloomberg is reporting that hopes for a "blue wave" type victory have continued to fizzle, as Republicans are still easily winning seats that would have been competitive if Democrats had a real shot at a sweeping victory. Case in point: CBS News has declared the open seat in Florida's 15th congressional district will likely go to Republican Ross Spano, meaning that Dems have missed another important opportunity to flip a seat. 

As the odds that Democrats will win a large majority in the House sink, pollster Nate Silver revealed that he's switching his forecasting models to a more conservative setting.

Even NBC News is also seeing odds of a Democratic House takeover shrink.

Needle

In other words...

Blue

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Update 20:26 EST: Not so fast on the blue wave: moments ago, online forecasting site FiveThirtyEight lowered its odds for Democrats to take a majority in the House to just 54.5% chance; down from 90% in its first forecast.

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Update 20:20 EST: And now some good news for Republicans, who managed to hold Florida's 25th district, where Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart is projected to win re-election, according to AP. That was another seat where if we were seeing a "Blue tsunami", the Republican could have been in trouble.

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Update 20:10 EST: Former DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has won re-election in Florida. Meanwhile, another flip has taken place for Democrats, with NBC News reporting that Donna Shalala has won the race to replace retiring GOP Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen in Florida.

And yet, as Bloomberg notes, in somewhat encouraging news for Republicans, "in the latest forecast Democratic chances of controlling the House have slipped to 4 in 5, according to FiveThirtyEight, while Republican odds of holding the Senate are now 14 in 15. Still, that suggests the GOP needs a remarkable run of good luck to hold onto the Speaker's gavel."

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Update 19:55 EST: In the first major upset of the night, Jennifer Wexton is projected to defeat two-term Rep. Barbara Comstock in Virginia's 10th district in one of the most closely watched House races in the country. Comstock had been one of the Democrats’ top targets of the 2018 cycle. Hillary Clinton prevailed over President Trump by 10% points in 2016 in Virginia's 10th District, an affluent, well-educated suburb just outside of Washington, D.C.

In fact, as Bloomberg notes, the Va-10 district located near Washington is the highest-income district which was presently held by a Republican. The median household income in the district is $122,092, according to Census Bureau estimates.

Meanwhile, with 16 Democrats now leading in Republican districts, forecast models show that Democrats remain favorites to take the House and Republicans remain favorites to retain control of the Senate.

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Update 19:24 EST: While it's still early in the night, this is what the electoral map for the House looks like currently, courtesy of the NYT:

Meanwhile, at 7:30, polls will close in Ohio, North Carolina, and West Virginia.

A few race updates via Bloomberg: Prominent Democrats, including presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine, have won re-election to the Senate.

Republicans have held serve across districts in Kentucky and Georgia where they were expected to win, and GOP South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster won re-election.

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Update 19:16 EST: With votes in the Florida House race coming in fast and furious, 3 Republican incumbents have won reelection in the Sunshine state, while 1 Democrat has won in the north.

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Update 19:10 EST: One hour in, where do we stand? As BBG's Justin Sink writes, if Democrats or Republicans are outperforming expectations tonight, we'll soon see it in some of the races that just closed. Some examples: Democrats are hoping to take advantage of GOP retirements in Virginia's 5th district and Florida's 15th district, despite both races being in Republican-leaning areas. If Republicans are competitive in Florida's seventh district or New Hampshire's first - both currently represented by Democrats - that would send up warning flares among a party looking to gain - not lose - seats, and it will finally be time to mercifully put all remaining pollsters out of a job.

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Update 19:00 EST: Polls are now closed in South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, Georgia and most of Florida.

As noted previously, a key Georgia races to watch is in the 7th District where Republican Rep. Karen Handel is seeking re-election against Democratic challenger Lucy McBath, a former flight attendant turned gun activist.

Meanwhile, according to Bloomberg commentator Justin Sink, "one of the biggest opportunities for Democrats tonight is in Virginia, a state where the party outperformed predictions in the off-year races a year ago.

The 10th district - which voted for Clinton over Trump by a 10 point margin - is a key pickup opportunity, where Barbara Comstock is at risk of losing to Democratic state senator Jennifer Wexton. Downstate, Democrats would like to pick up a seat in the 2nd or 7th districts. Losses there would signal the party is well positioned for the rest of the night, and knocking out David Brat - who rode a Tea Party wave to a surprise victory over establishment Republican and Majority Leader Eric Cantor in the 7th district in 2014 - would represent a major victory for Democrats.

Another critical race to watch.

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Update 18:56 EST: These are the key house races to watch at 7pm according to the Cook Political Report.

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Update 18:50: At 7PM, polls are closing in Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Vermont, and Virginia. As previewed earlier, these states are home to some of the most interesting races of the night, and depending on how they turn, we should get a good sense for how the night is going to go according to BBG's Justin Sink.

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Update 18:45 EST:  There will be a lot of interim updates with marginal votes trickling in, which is why as Daniel Nichanian notes, take a deep breath for now.

Meanwhile, there are the usual logistical problems:

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Update 18:35 EST: In the first called race of the night, AP says that Republican Hal Rodgers has been projected to retain his seat in Kentucky's 5th District. Hardly a surprise, the 80-year-old has retained the safely Republican district he's represented since 1981.

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Update 18:00 EST: The first polls have now closed in Indiana, Kentucky. According to early results, the GOP candidate for Senate Mike Braun in Indiana is leading the Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly. Donnelly needs to hold on for his party to maintain a chance at flipping the upper chamber.

... while in a key Indiana race for the House, GOP candidate Hollingsworth is leading Dem. Watson. Across the border in Kentucky, in another key race, incumbent GOP candidate Barr is leading Dem. McGrath in the 6th District by a wide margin in early polling. If McGrath can not win the seat, the Democrats may face a tougher uphill battle in winning the house than most pollsters expected.

For anyone who wants to stay abreast of exit polls and election results in real time, Fox News has published a live feed that will go live at 5:30 pm ET:

Alternatively, for those who want to fast forward to the election's result immediately, here is MSNBC:

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Update 19:37 EST: Greg Pence, Vice President Mike Pence's brother, is projected to win election to the House in Indiana. At the same time, Democrat Wexton is projected to wins Virginia's 10th Dist. House Race according to NBC.

Meanwhile, in the Florida Senate race, it's neck and neck so far with more than 3 million votes counted; Rick Scott and incumbent Bill Nelson have been trading the lead.

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Meanwhile, as Bloomberg reports, early voting totals hit 38.5 million ballots cast and could top 40 million as states report their final tallies. Voting experts credit President Trump -- without him, "we wouldn't have this level of interest," said Michael McDonald, an associate professor of political science at the University of Florida who runs the United States Elections Project.

Elsewhere, according to early NBC Exit Polls, "One In Four Hispanics Say They Cast a Midterm Ballot for the First Time in 2018. 1 in 5 for African Americans. 1 in 10 for whites."

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US stocks levitated for much of Tuesday's session as voters took to the polls in a midterm election that has seen one of the biggest turnouts in recent history, and has been dubbed "the most important midterm election in generations."

At stake is control of the House and Senate, which, if Wall Street analysts' "baseline" expectations are to be believed (expectations that are based on polling data from the same firms that spectacularly failed to predict the rise of President Trump) Democrats will pick up at least 30 House seats - seven more than the 23 needed to flip control of the chamber - while Republicans pick up anywhere between two and four Senate seats (enough to shore up their razor-thin 51-49 majority).

The first polls will close in parts of Indiana and Kentucky at 6 pm ET, followed by Georgia (though polls in Gwinnett County could remain open due to voting machine complications), South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, as well as parts of Florida, Indiana, Kentucky and New Hampshire at 7 pm. North Carolina, Ohio and West Virginia will follow at 7:30 pm ET. Polls in Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Tennessee will close at 8 pm, while polls in Kansas, Michigan, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas and parts of Florida will close at 8 pm. By this time, investors should know whether Republicans will retain control of the Senate. Polls in Arkansas will close at 8:30 pm, while polls Arizona, Colorado, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Wisconsin, Wyoming, parts of Kansas, Michigan, North Dakota, South Dakota and Texas will close at 9 pm. 

Polls in Iowa, Montana, Nevada and Utah, as well as parts of Idaho and Oregon, will close at 10 pm. Polls in California, Hawaii and Washington, as well as parts of Idaho and Oregon close at 11 pm. Finally, polls in Alaska close at midnight (poll closure times courtesy of the Seattle Times).

The New York Times formatted all of this information in a visual context:

Election

As shown previously, here's a breakdown of the key races on an hour-for-hour basis between 6 pm and midnight:

6:00PM EST

The main event in the first states to close will be the Indiana Senate race, where Democratic incumbent Senator Joe Donnelly holds a slim lead in polling over Republican Mike Braun, but has only averaged about 44% in absolute support.

polls

7:00PM EST

Florida and Virginia are likely to be most in focus. An upset win by Republican Governor Rick Scott over Democratic Incumbent Senator Bill Nelson would all but ensure a Republican Senate majority.

In the House, if Democrats cannot win the Republican-held seat in FL-27, they might not be on track for a majority after all. On the other hand, if Democrats win FL-26, they could be on track for a slim majority, and if they win FL-15, they could be on track for a large majority. In Virginia, there are three bellwether races: If Republicans hold onto VA-10, they might have a very good night. If they hold onto VA-07, they have a shot at maintaining the majority. By contrast, a Democratic win in VA-02 would signal a more substantial Democratic majority is likely.

Polls

7:30PM EST

Incumbent Democratic Senators Brown (OH) and Manchin (WV) appear very likely to win reelection but an upset would all but guarantee a Republican Senate majority. In the House, if Democratic challenger Dan McCready can wrest NC-09 from Republican control, Democrats will likely be on track for a majority. Democratic wins in NC-02 or NC-13 would send just as strong a signal. Democratic wins in OH-01 or OH-12 would suggest a Democratic majority is likely as well.

Polls

8:00PM EST

The outcome of the Senate majority should start becoming clear by 8pm. If Democratic incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill wins another term, it would be difficult for Republicans to gain net seats and could, depending on how other races go, keep open the path to a narrow majority. That path would also likely run through Tennessee, where former Governor Phil Bredesen is challenging Rep. Marsha Blackburn for the open Republican-held seat. Short of winning in Tennessee, Democrats would need to win the Senate seat in Texas held by incumbent Senator Ted Cruz, which looks even more challenging. If Democrats cannot win Missouri and Tennessee (or Texas) they are unlikely to win the Senate majority.

In the House, if a "blue wave" has formed it should be apparent in the results from states with polls closing at 8:00pm. Four Republican-held seats are expected to flip to Democrats as a result of redistricting in Pennsylvania (PA-05, PA-06, PA-07, PA-17), with another expected to flip to Republicans (PA-14). PA-01 could be a bellwether; if Democrats cannot win in this Clinton-won district they might have trouble winning the majority. In New Jersey, Democrats look likely to pink up at least 3 or 4 seats (NJ-02, NJ-03, NJ- 07, NJ-11); if they cannot manage to win more than two, Republicans might hold onto the majority. In Texas, the outcome in TX-32 should be watched; that district narrowly supported Sec. Clinton in 2016 at the same time it voted for Republican Rep. Pete Sessions by more than 50%. A Republican loss here would signal a high probability of a Democratic majority.

Four

9:00PM EST

At this point the general direction of the House elections should have become clear, but the Senate might still be in play. The main focus will be the Republican-held seat in Arizona, which Is the Democrats' best pick-up opportunity in the Senate this year.

Five

10:00PM EST

Control of the Senate should become clear with the races that close at 10pm ET. Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.) trails in most polling, but Democrats have a shot of offsetting a potential loss there with a pick-up in Nevada, where the race is close to tied. Incumbent Democratic Senator Jon Tester leads polling in his reelection effort, but with a fairly narrow margin.

Six

11:00PM EST

If the House majority is shaping up to be a close call, the results in California and Washington state could be decisive. Democrats probably need to flip at least 3 or 4 of the Republican held seats in California and Washington to win the majority. This might not be too much of a challenge, given how many of these Republican-held seats voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016.

Seven

Partly due to the enthusiastic turnout driven by the intensely divisive campaign, chaos has erupted at polling places across the country as voting machine malfunctions (some of which were caused by equipment issues, and others by plain-old incompetence) drew intense media scrutiny. Four of the 156 polling stations in Georgia's Gwinnett County - a crucial battleground in Georgia's narrowly contested governor's race - shut down temporarily because - get this - officials didn't bring power cords to charge the machines that generate Georgians electronic voting-ID cards. Voters were eventually given the option to vote with paper ballots at three of the four sites.

The New York Times described Gwinnett as a "rapidly diversifying patchwork of suburbs" that was a Republican stronghold for decades until Hillary Clinton carried the county in 2016. The county is reportedly asking a judge about extending the voting hours past the 7 pm closing time. Problems voting were also being reported in other states, including Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Arizona.

For the Democrats to wrest control of Congress and usher in an era of divided government, Democrats need to win at least 23 seats to flip the House; 2 seats would be needed to flip the Senate.

Goldman

As Goldman pointed out earlier, the Democratic advantage in the 23rd through 26th seat averages less than 1pp, suggesting that from a bottom-up perspective the outlook for the House is fairly uncertain. Though at the very least, Democrats have history on their side, since the president's party typically sees an electoral wash in the midterms following a presidential vote.

Goldman

Though it is harder to infer powerful trends from historical experience. This cycle, the election map looks very favorable to the Republicans. Of the 35 seats being contested, 26 are currently held by Democrats. Of those Democratically-held seats, 10 are in states that voted for Donald Trump in 2016. In contrast, Republicans are only defending eight states, and only one of those voted for Hillary Clinton. Deutsche Bank laid out the electoral map in the chart below.

DB

In addition to voting for House, Senate, statewide and local races, referendum questions on issues ranging from marijuana decriminalization to abortion access are appearing on the ballot in several states. Here's a roundup of some of the more high-profile issues, via the New York Times.

  • Legalizing the recreational use of marijuana is on the ballot in Michigan and North Dakota. The North Dakota initiative, Measure 3, would also expunge marijuana convictions from criminal records; the Michigan initiative, Proposal 1, would not.
  • Medical marijuana is on the ballot in Utah and Missouri. Missouri has three separate initiatives that would legalize medical marijuana: Amendment 2, Amendment 3 and Proposition C.
  • In Washington State, voters will weigh in on Initiative 1631, which would charge companies and utilities that burn fossil fuels $15 for each ton of gases they produce (the penalty would rise over time). It is one of several ballot measures across the country that aim to fight climate change, including a statewide fracking ban in Colorado and renewable energy requirements in Arizona and Nevada.
  • A ballot initiative in Massachusetts, Question 3, will ask voters if they want a landmark 2016 transgender rights law to remain on the books. The law, which was passed by the Democratic legislature and signed by the Republican governor, prohibits discrimination based on gender identity in public places, like bathrooms. Question 3 is the first-ever attempt to undo a transgender rights law at the ballot box.
  • In Washington and Oregon, voters will decide on measures to prohibit local taxes on food sales. Companies like Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have backed those initiatives as a way to combat taxes on sugary drinks like soda, which are an increasingly popular public health tool.
  • Voters in West Virginia and Alabama will decide on constitutional amendments that would specify that there is no guaranteed right to abortion in those states. The proposals would not ban abortion if they were to pass, but that could change if Roe v. Wade were someday overturned.

Having reviewed the possible scenarios that lie ahead, it's time to take a look at what lies ahead for markets:  to assess the medium-term market impact of the midterms and recommend trade ideas, SG strategists worked under three different scenarios according to the election outcome.

  • Scenario 1: Gridlock - GOP Senate and DEM House (most likely): Markets would fear that economy would be more vulnerable from now on with the absence of any further economic stimulus in the event of economic slowdown.
  • Scenario 2: Blue Wave - DEM Senate and DEM House: Markets would stir on speculation of a lame duck presidency and potential impeachment proceedings. Potential upside risk on Infrastructure.
  • Scenario 3: Red Wave - GOP Senate and GOP House (least likely): The least expected scenario for the market, which would probably trigger a short-lived risk-on environment. Trade tensions and Fed tightening will quickly be back in the market focus

In conclusion, SocGen's US strategists summarized the most likely market outcomes stemming from the three potential elections scenarios as follows:

Stocks

Looking ahead, barring no major upsets, analysts at Deutsche Bank and other Wall Street banks see potential for the market to rally into the end of the year, with some analysts who were only recently calling for an extended losing streak now seeing potential upside of between 11% and 14%. But then again, with so much uncertainty between now and then, market returns - and analysts' expectations - could shift dramatically between now and then.


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Nearly an hour after Fox News predicted the Democrats would regain the House, moments ago NBC confirmed as much, and called the House for the Democrats.

As Bloomberg adds, the projections from NBC and Fox reflect good trends for Democrats in the recent calls: namely, that they're continuing to flip the races where they were favored, and picked off the occasional toss-up. CNN is projecting that Democrats could win up to 35 seats. Republicans have picked up 2 Senate seats, though 11 races remain undecided.

Assuming those trends hold, they should be able to take the Speaker's gavel. But there's a lot to be decided about what kind of governing majority Nancy Pelosi will have.

And, as we reported earlier, NBC also called the Senate for the Republicans, which means that after the 2016 fiasco, this time conventional wisdom was correct, and consensus - Dems get House, GOP keeps Senate - was right.

Which means that in addition to Nancy Pelosi, who is set to become the new House Speaker, Adam Schiff taking over the House Intelligence Committee, and Elijah Cummings becoming the news Oversight Committee chair, the new chair of the House Financial Services committee will be none other than Maxine Water. 

Waters has frequently clashed with Trump, calling for his impeachment - and earning a nickname as "low IQ" from the president.

She's signaled she'll likely be an aggressive watchdog on the panel, as she sought (unsuccessfully) to subpoena Trump family records from Deutsche Bank AG and opposed a bipartisan effort to scale back some elements of Dodd Frank.

That hasn't stopped President Trump from spinning the night as an unmitigated win.

Here's a roundup of some other key late-breaking races.

  • In what was perhaps the biggest House upset in Democrats' favor, voters in the normally red 11th Congressional district on Staten Island and in South Brooklyn gave the upset to Democrat Max Rose, who topped the former Staten Island District Attorney 52% to 48%, with 92%.
  • Democrat Andrew Gillum has conceded to Republican Ron DeSantis in the tight Florida governors race dealing a major blow to Dems hopes of retaking governorships. Gillum, the mayor of Tallahassee, was vying to be Florida's first black governor.
  • Former Tennessee Titan Democrat Colin Allred defeated House Rules Committee Chairman Pete Sessions in his Dallas-area district, winning another major victory for Dems.
  • Fox News is projecting that Democratic incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill has been defeated by her GOP opponent Josh Hawley.
  • Former CFPB head Richard Cordray lost his bid to be Ohio's next governor.
  • Jared Polis has become the first openly gay man to win a governor's race, besting Republican Mike DeWine in Colorado.
  • Boston's Ayanna Pressley has become the first black woman elected to Congress from Massachusetts (she famously defeated a long-time Democratic incumbent in a primary earlier this year. On the same tip, "girl from the Bronx" Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has become the youngest woman ever elected to Congress at the age of 29. She defeated Democratic leader Joe Crowley in a primary in the spring.
  • Democrat Laura Kelly defeated Kris Kobach to turn the Kansas governorship blue.
  • Republican Brian Kemp is ahead of Stacey Abrams in the race for Georgia governor by 10 points with 81% of precincts reporting, according to CBS. Abrams, who was endorsed by several celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey.
  • North Dakota Democratic incumbent Heidi Heitkamp lost to Republican challenger Kevin Kramer.
  • Democrats are presently winning all four Iowa congressional districts, including the seat of Rep. Steve King.
  • Democrat Kate Brown is projected to win election to Oregon governor

In one silver lining for  Republicans, Denver Riggleman, a man who once wrote bigfoot-themed erotica (a published a novel entitled "Mating Habits of Bigfoot and Why Women Want Him"), has defeated his Democratic challenger Leslie Cockburn

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Update 22:15 EST: After a series of surprising wins in key Senate races, NBC now projects Republicans will retain Senate control. At the same time, however, it now looks almost guaranteed that Republicans will lose control of the House.

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Update 22:10 EST:  After the earlier fiasco, in which CBS called Texas for Beto O'Rourke only to correct itself, moments ago ABC called the Texas Senate race for Ted Cruz.

Despite the Cruz setback. the Democrat wins in the house continues with CNN projecting: Sharice Davids wins KS03, Chrissy Houlahan wins PA06, Dean Phillips wins MN03, Max Rose wins NY11. CNN projects: Sharice Davids wins KS03, Chrissy Houlahan wins PA06, Dean Phillips wins MN03, Max Rose wins NY11.

With these wins, the Democrats only need another 15 turns to take control of the House.

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Update 22:00 EST: Mitt Romney has won the senate race in Utah; as Republicans Hold another key Senate seat. Meanwhile, as Bloomberg reports, "Democrats are picking up congressional seats across the country, but not at a rate that would suggest a wave. The race for control of the House remains close, with projection models still predicting a flip of the lower chamber." At the same time, the path to Senate control looks almost non-existent for Democrats, following losses by Sen. Joe Donnelly in Indiana and Marsha Blackburn's hold of Tennessee's Senate seat.

According to the latest PredictIt odds, after being tied with the Democrats as recently as an hour ago, the Republicans odds of keeping the House have tumbled to just 10%.

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Update 21:45 EST: In what may be remembered as the biggest gaffe of the evening, moments ago CBS first called the Texas Senate race for Beto O'Rourke over Sen. Ted Cruz, but moments later corrected itself, amending to say it doesn't call Texas Senate race, instead blasting the following: Democrat Beto O’Rourke's Race in Texas Senate Still Unclear, CBS Reports

Meanwhile, with the Trump Hotel bar in DC reportedly "at capacity", President Trump (who is at a private reception in the White House) is greeting supporters and shaking hands.

Tennessee's Marsha Blackburn is leading Democrat Phil Bredensen (who was famously endorsed by pop sensation Taylor Swift) in the race for Bob Corker's Senate seat, putting her on track to become Tennessee's first female Senator. Meanwhile, Dems have picked up two key seats in Pennsylvania's 5th and 17th districts, widening the Dems win rate for 'flippable' seats to 4 and sending odds that the GOP will retain control of the House tumbling.

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Update 21:15 EST: 538's forecasting model is now placing Republican odds of winning the House back below 50% to 45.7%.

House

But online betting markets are still more optimistic, with PredictIt seeing the GOP essentially deadlocked for control of the House.

Predictit

Meanwhile, New York City's Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has officially become the youngest woman ever elected to Congress at the age of 29, winning more than 80% of the votes in New York's 14th Congressional district.

In Texas, Beto O'Rourke's lead briefly shrunk to just 79 votes (O'Rourke: 2,196,196 Cruz: 2,196,117). In North Dakota, Democrat Heidi Heitkamp is way behind with 38% of the vote compared with Republican Kevin Cramer's 62%.

Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi speaking at a campaign event in Washington proclaimed that Democrats "will win tonight" and said her majority will run a Congress that is "open" and "transparent."

This as Bloomberg pointed out that even a narrow win in the House will prompt "soul searching" for Democrats.

If Democrats lose both the House and Senate tonight, it will be a catastrophic defeat for both the party and its policy goals. But even a narrow victory in the House that comes in below expectations will prompt some soul-searching.

Leaders in the party are likely to openly question whether an avowedly liberal presidential candidate would be best suited to take on President Donald Trump in 2020, when the party will need to recapture swing districts and states. A narrow victory will also increase the governing headaches for Democratic leaders, and could even endanger Nancy Pelosi's bid to become the first woman re-elected as Speaker. Of course, there's still a lot of votes to be counted.

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Update 21:00 EST: It's 9 pm on the East Coast and polls have officially closed in most of the country. The upshot according to a summary from BBG is that Republicans are performing better than expected, though Dems have so far averted any major disasters.

Polls in nine states close at 9pm, meaning that voting has concluded in the majority of the country.

So far, things are trending well for Republicans. Toss-up districts in Kentucky and Florida have gone to the GOP, and they've held on to seats where Democrats might have been competitive in a so-called tsunami.

There's also reason for GOP optimism in the Senate, with Sen. Joe Donnelly, a Democrat, appearing unlikely to win re-election in Indiana. That makes a surprise Democratic victory in the upper chamber unlikely.

Still, Democrats avoided disaster in New Jersey's Senate race and have flipped some House districts where they were favored.

Here's a summary of the remaining tossups.

Tossups

While Democrat Joe Manchin has successfully defended his West Virginia Senate seat from Republican challenger Patrick Morrisey, in Texas, what looked like a promising race for Dems early on has transitioned into a tossup as Ted Cruz has eroded insurgent Democrat Beto O'Rourke's early double-digit lead.

Beto

As of 9 pm, Democrats must pick up 21 more Republican seats and not lose any of their own to win the House. But perhaps most telling of all, CNN's Jake Tapper has proclaimed: "This is not a blue wave."

Wave

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Update 20:45 EST: Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly has lost to Republican challenger Mike Braun in Indiana, a major blow to Dems that means Republicans will likely expand their majority in the Senate. Trump had made defeating Donnelly a priority, even visiting Indiana on Monday in his pre-midterm rally blitz. Pollsters have called it: The GOP has won the Senate. And as Lexington Kentucky's Andy Barr has won re-election, defeating Amy McGrath and dealing a major blow to Democrats' ambitions for winning a solid majority in the House. Republicans are now favorites to win the House and Senate, according to real-time polls and online betting markets.

For those keeping score at home, the GOP has retained two competitive seats (VA5 and KY6), while Dems have swung two (VA10, FL27).

Map

Meanwhile, Florida Gov. Rick Scott is pulling ahead of incumbent Dem Bill Nelson in the race for Nelson's Senate seat. In New Jersey, Democrats have dodged what would have been a major blow to their Congressional ambitions now that New Jersey's Senate Race has been called for Bob Menendez. Menendez has managed to win a third term, averting what would have been the first Republican senatorial victory in New Jersey since 1972, despite being admonished by the Senate in April for accepting unreported gifts and travel from a friendly Florida doctor who is now imprisoned on insurance fraud charges. That admonition came after Menendez survived a trial, and then was acquitted during a retrial, on corruption charges of his own. The Feds dropped their case against Menendez afterwards, but doubts about Menendez's ethical bearings helped make the race somewhat competitive.

Menendez defeated Republican Bob Hugin, a former chairman of Celgene Corp., a millionaire who self-funded his campaign.

Bloomberg is reporting that hopes for a "blue wave" type victory have continued to fizzle, as Republicans are still easily winning seats that would have been competitive if Democrats had a real shot at a sweeping victory. Case in point: CBS News has declared the open seat in Florida's 15th congressional district will likely go to Republican Ross Spano, meaning that Dems have missed another important opportunity to flip a seat. 

As the odds that Democrats will win a large majority in the House sink, pollster Nate Silver revealed that he's switching his forecasting models to a more conservative setting.

Even NBC News is also seeing odds of a Democratic House takeover shrink.

Needle

In other words...

Blue

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Update 20:26 EST: Not so fast on the blue wave: moments ago, online forecasting site FiveThirtyEight lowered its odds for Democrats to take a majority in the House to just 54.5% chance; down from 90% in its first forecast.

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Update 20:20 EST: And now some good news for Republicans, who managed to hold Florida's 25th district, where Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart is projected to win re-election, according to AP. That was another seat where if we were seeing a "Blue tsunami", the Republican could have been in trouble.

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Update 20:10 EST: Former DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has won re-election in Florida. Meanwhile, another flip has taken place for Democrats, with NBC News reporting that Donna Shalala has won the race to replace retiring GOP Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen in Florida.

And yet, as Bloomberg notes, in somewhat encouraging news for Republicans, "in the latest forecast Democratic chances of controlling the House have slipped to 4 in 5, according to FiveThirtyEight, while Republican odds of holding the Senate are now 14 in 15. Still, that suggests the GOP needs a remarkable run of good luck to hold onto the Speaker's gavel."

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Update 19:55 EST: In the first major upset of the night, Jennifer Wexton is projected to defeat two-term Rep. Barbara Comstock in Virginia's 10th district in one of the most closely watched House races in the country. Comstock had been one of the Democrats’ top targets of the 2018 cycle. Hillary Clinton prevailed over President Trump by 10% points in 2016 in Virginia's 10th District, an affluent, well-educated suburb just outside of Washington, D.C.

In fact, as Bloomberg notes, the Va-10 district located near Washington is the highest-income district which was presently held by a Republican. The median household income in the district is $122,092, according to Census Bureau estimates.

Meanwhile, with 16 Democrats now leading in Republican districts, forecast models show that Democrats remain favorites to take the House and Republicans remain favorites to retain control of the Senate.

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Update 19:24 EST: While it's still early in the night, this is what the electoral map for the House looks like currently, courtesy of the NYT:

Meanwhile, at 7:30, polls will close in Ohio, North Carolina, and West Virginia.

A few race updates via Bloomberg: Prominent Democrats, including presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine, have won re-election to the Senate.

Republicans have held serve across districts in Kentucky and Georgia where they were expected to win, and GOP South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster won re-election.

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Update 19:16 EST: With votes in the Florida House race coming in fast and furious, 3 Republican incumbents have won reelection in the Sunshine state, while 1 Democrat has won in the north.

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Update 19:10 EST: One hour in, where do we stand? As BBG's Justin Sink writes, if Democrats or Republicans are outperforming expectations tonight, we'll soon see it in some of the races that just closed. Some examples: Democrats are hoping to take advantage of GOP retirements in Virginia's 5th district and Florida's 15th district, despite both races being in Republican-leaning areas. If Republicans are competitive in Florida's seventh district or New Hampshire's first - both currently represented by Democrats - that would send up warning flares among a party looking to gain - not lose - seats, and it will finally be time to mercifully put all remaining pollsters out of a job.

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Update 19:00 EST: Polls are now closed in South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, Georgia and most of Florida.

As noted previously, a key Georgia races to watch is in the 7th District where Republican Rep. Karen Handel is seeking re-election against Democratic challenger Lucy McBath, a former flight attendant turned gun activist.

Meanwhile, according to Bloomberg commentator Justin Sink, "one of the biggest opportunities for Democrats tonight is in Virginia, a state where the party outperformed predictions in the off-year races a year ago.

The 10th district - which voted for Clinton over Trump by a 10 point margin - is a key pickup opportunity, where Barbara Comstock is at risk of losing to Democratic state senator Jennifer Wexton. Downstate, Democrats would like to pick up a seat in the 2nd or 7th districts. Losses there would signal the party is well positioned for the rest of the night, and knocking out David Brat - who rode a Tea Party wave to a surprise victory over establishment Republican and Majority Leader Eric Cantor in the 7th district in 2014 - would represent a major victory for Democrats.

Another critical race to watch.

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Update 18:56 EST: These are the key house races to watch at 7pm according to the Cook Political Report.

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Update 18:50: At 7PM, polls are closing in Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Vermont, and Virginia. As previewed earlier, these states are home to some of the most interesting races of the night, and depending on how they turn, we should get a good sense for how the night is going to go according to BBG's Justin Sink.

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Update 18:45 EST:  There will be a lot of interim updates with marginal votes trickling in, which is why as Daniel Nichanian notes, take a deep breath for now.

Meanwhile, there are the usual logistical problems:

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Update 18:35 EST: In the first called race of the night, AP says that Republican Hal Rodgers has been projected to retain his seat in Kentucky's 5th District. Hardly a surprise, the 80-year-old has retained the safely Republican district he's represented since 1981.

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Update 18:00 EST: The first polls have now closed in Indiana, Kentucky. According to early results, the GOP candidate for Senate Mike Braun in Indiana is leading the Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly. Donnelly needs to hold on for his party to maintain a chance at flipping the upper chamber.

... while in a key Indiana race for the House, GOP candidate Hollingsworth is leading Dem. Watson. Across the border in Kentucky, in another key race, incumbent GOP candidate Barr is leading Dem. McGrath in the 6th District by a wide margin in early polling. If McGrath can not win the seat, the Democrats may face a tougher uphill battle in winning the house than most pollsters expected.

For anyone who wants to stay abreast of exit polls and election results in real time, Fox News has published a live feed that will go live at 5:30 pm ET:

Alternatively, for those who want to fast forward to the election's result immediately, here is MSNBC:

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Update 19:37 EST: Greg Pence, Vice President Mike Pence's brother, is projected to win election to the House in Indiana. At the same time, Democrat Wexton is projected to wins Virginia's 10th Dist. House Race according to NBC.

Meanwhile, in the Florida Senate race, it's neck and neck so far with more than 3 million votes counted; Rick Scott and incumbent Bill Nelson have been trading the lead.

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Meanwhile, as Bloomberg reports, early voting totals hit 38.5 million ballots cast and could top 40 million as states report their final tallies. Voting experts credit President Trump -- without him, "we wouldn't have this level of interest," said Michael McDonald, an associate professor of political science at the University of Florida who runs the United States Elections Project.

Elsewhere, according to early NBC Exit Polls, "One In Four Hispanics Say They Cast a Midterm Ballot for the First Time in 2018. 1 in 5 for African Americans. 1 in 10 for whites."

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US stocks levitated for much of Tuesday's session as voters took to the polls in a midterm election that has seen one of the biggest turnouts in recent history, and has been dubbed "the most important midterm election in generations."

At stake is control of the House and Senate, which, if Wall Street analysts' "baseline" expectations are to be believed (expectations that are based on polling data from the same firms that spectacularly failed to predict the rise of President Trump) Democrats will pick up at least 30 House seats - seven more than the 23 needed to flip control of the chamber - while Republicans pick up anywhere between two and four Senate seats (enough to shore up their razor-thin 51-49 majority).

The first polls will close in parts of Indiana and Kentucky at 6 pm ET, followed by Georgia (though polls in Gwinnett County could remain open due to voting machine complications), South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, as well as parts of Florida, Indiana, Kentucky and New Hampshire at 7 pm. North Carolina, Ohio and West Virginia will follow at 7:30 pm ET. Polls in Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Tennessee will close at 8 pm, while polls in Kansas, Michigan, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas and parts of Florida will close at 8 pm. By this time, investors should know whether Republicans will retain control of the Senate. Polls in Arkansas will close at 8:30 pm, while polls Arizona, Colorado, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Wisconsin, Wyoming, parts of Kansas, Michigan, North Dakota, South Dakota and Texas will close at 9 pm. 

Polls in Iowa, Montana, Nevada and Utah, as well as parts of Idaho and Oregon, will close at 10 pm. Polls in California, Hawaii and Washington, as well as parts of Idaho and Oregon close at 11 pm. Finally, polls in Alaska close at midnight (poll closure times courtesy of the Seattle Times).

The New York Times formatted all of this information in a visual context:

Election

As shown previously, here's a breakdown of the key races on an hour-for-hour basis between 6 pm and midnight:

6:00PM EST

The main event in the first states to close will be the Indiana Senate race, where Democratic incumbent Senator Joe Donnelly holds a slim lead in polling over Republican Mike Braun, but has only averaged about 44% in absolute support.

polls

7:00PM EST

Florida and Virginia are likely to be most in focus. An upset win by Republican Governor Rick Scott over Democratic Incumbent Senator Bill Nelson would all but ensure a Republican Senate majority.

In the House, if Democrats cannot win the Republican-held seat in FL-27, they might not be on track for a majority after all. On the other hand, if Democrats win FL-26, they could be on track for a slim majority, and if they win FL-15, they could be on track for a large majority. In Virginia, there are three bellwether races: If Republicans hold onto VA-10, they might have a very good night. If they hold onto VA-07, they have a shot at maintaining the majority. By contrast, a Democratic win in VA-02 would signal a more substantial Democratic majority is likely.

Polls

7:30PM EST

Incumbent Democratic Senators Brown (OH) and Manchin (WV) appear very likely to win reelection but an upset would all but guarantee a Republican Senate majority. In the House, if Democratic challenger Dan McCready can wrest NC-09 from Republican control, Democrats will likely be on track for a majority. Democratic wins in NC-02 or NC-13 would send just as strong a signal. Democratic wins in OH-01 or OH-12 would suggest a Democratic majority is likely as well.

Polls

8:00PM EST

The outcome of the Senate majority should start becoming clear by 8pm. If Democratic incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill wins another term, it would be difficult for Republicans to gain net seats and could, depending on how other races go, keep open the path to a narrow majority. That path would also likely run through Tennessee, where former Governor Phil Bredesen is challenging Rep. Marsha Blackburn for the open Republican-held seat. Short of winning in Tennessee, Democrats would need to win the Senate seat in Texas held by incumbent Senator Ted Cruz, which looks even more challenging. If Democrats cannot win Missouri and Tennessee (or Texas) they are unlikely to win the Senate majority.

In the House, if a "blue wave" has formed it should be apparent in the results from states with polls closing at 8:00pm. Four Republican-held seats are expected to flip to Democrats as a result of redistricting in Pennsylvania (PA-05, PA-06, PA-07, PA-17), with another expected to flip to Republicans (PA-14). PA-01 could be a bellwether; if Democrats cannot win in this Clinton-won district they might have trouble winning the majority. In New Jersey, Democrats look likely to pink up at least 3 or 4 seats (NJ-02, NJ-03, NJ- 07, NJ-11); if they cannot manage to win more than two, Republicans might hold onto the majority. In Texas, the outcome in TX-32 should be watched; that district narrowly supported Sec. Clinton in 2016 at the same time it voted for Republican Rep. Pete Sessions by more than 50%. A Republican loss here would signal a high probability of a Democratic majority.

Four

9:00PM EST

At this point the general direction of the House elections should have become clear, but the Senate might still be in play. The main focus will be the Republican-held seat in Arizona, which Is the Democrats' best pick-up opportunity in the Senate this year.

Five

10:00PM EST

Control of the Senate should become clear with the races that close at 10pm ET. Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.) trails in most polling, but Democrats have a shot of offsetting a potential loss there with a pick-up in Nevada, where the race is close to tied. Incumbent Democratic Senator Jon Tester leads polling in his reelection effort, but with a fairly narrow margin.

Six

11:00PM EST

If the House majority is shaping up to be a close call, the results in California and Washington state could be decisive. Democrats probably need to flip at least 3 or 4 of the Republican held seats in California and Washington to win the majority. This might not be too much of a challenge, given how many of these Republican-held seats voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016.

Seven

Partly due to the enthusiastic turnout driven by the intensely divisive campaign, chaos has erupted at polling places across the country as voting machine malfunctions (some of which were caused by equipment issues, and others by plain-old incompetence) drew intense media scrutiny. Four of the 156 polling stations in Georgia's Gwinnett County - a crucial battleground in Georgia's narrowly contested governor's race - shut down temporarily because - get this - officials didn't bring power cords to charge the machines that generate Georgians electronic voting-ID cards. Voters were eventually given the option to vote with paper ballots at three of the four sites.

The New York Times described Gwinnett as a "rapidly diversifying patchwork of suburbs" that was a Republican stronghold for decades until Hillary Clinton carried the county in 2016. The county is reportedly asking a judge about extending the voting hours past the 7 pm closing time. Problems voting were also being reported in other states, including Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Arizona.

For the Democrats to wrest control of Congress and usher in an era of divided government, Democrats need to win at least 23 seats to flip the House; 2 seats would be needed to flip the Senate.

Goldman

As Goldman pointed out earlier, the Democratic advantage in the 23rd through 26th seat averages less than 1pp, suggesting that from a bottom-up perspective the outlook for the House is fairly uncertain. Though at the very least, Democrats have history on their side, since the president's party typically sees an electoral wash in the midterms following a presidential vote.

Goldman

Though it is harder to infer powerful trends from historical experience. This cycle, the election map looks very favorable to the Republicans. Of the 35 seats being contested, 26 are currently held by Democrats. Of those Democratically-held seats, 10 are in states that voted for Donald Trump in 2016. In contrast, Republicans are only defending eight states, and only one of those voted for Hillary Clinton. Deutsche Bank laid out the electoral map in the chart below.

DB

In addition to voting for House, Senate, statewide and local races, referendum questions on issues ranging from marijuana decriminalization to abortion access are appearing on the ballot in several states. Here's a roundup of some of the more high-profile issues, via the New York Times.

  • Legalizing the recreational use of marijuana is on the ballot in Michigan and North Dakota. The North Dakota initiative, Measure 3, would also expunge marijuana convictions from criminal records; the Michigan initiative, Proposal 1, would not.
  • Medical marijuana is on the ballot in Utah and Missouri. Missouri has three separate initiatives that would legalize medical marijuana: Amendment 2, Amendment 3 and Proposition C.
  • In Washington State, voters will weigh in on Initiative 1631, which would charge companies and utilities that burn fossil fuels $15 for each ton of gases they produce (the penalty would rise over time). It is one of several ballot measures across the country that aim to fight climate change, including a statewide fracking ban in Colorado and renewable energy requirements in Arizona and Nevada.
  • A ballot initiative in Massachusetts, Question 3, will ask voters if they want a landmark 2016 transgender rights law to remain on the books. The law, which was passed by the Democratic legislature and signed by the Republican governor, prohibits discrimination based on gender identity in public places, like bathrooms. Question 3 is the first-ever attempt to undo a transgender rights law at the ballot box.
  • In Washington and Oregon, voters will decide on measures to prohibit local taxes on food sales. Companies like Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have backed those initiatives as a way to combat taxes on sugary drinks like soda, which are an increasingly popular public health tool.
  • Voters in West Virginia and Alabama will decide on constitutional amendments that would specify that there is no guaranteed right to abortion in those states. The proposals would not ban abortion if they were to pass, but that could change if Roe v. Wade were someday overturned.

Having reviewed the possible scenarios that lie ahead, it's time to take a look at what lies ahead for markets:  to assess the medium-term market impact of the midterms and recommend trade ideas, SG strategists worked under three different scenarios according to the election outcome.

  • Scenario 1: Gridlock - GOP Senate and DEM House (most likely): Markets would fear that economy would be more vulnerable from now on with the absence of any further economic stimulus in the event of economic slowdown.
  • Scenario 2: Blue Wave - DEM Senate and DEM House: Markets would stir on speculation of a lame duck presidency and potential impeachment proceedings. Potential upside risk on Infrastructure.
  • Scenario 3: Red Wave - GOP Senate and GOP House (least likely): The least expected scenario for the market, which would probably trigger a short-lived risk-on environment. Trade tensions and Fed tightening will quickly be back in the market focus

In conclusion, SocGen's US strategists summarized the most likely market outcomes stemming from the three potential elections scenarios as follows:

Stocks

Looking ahead, barring no major upsets, analysts at Deutsche Bank and other Wall Street banks see potential for the market to rally into the end of the year, with some analysts who were only recently calling for an extended losing streak now seeing potential upside of between 11% and 14%. But then again, with so much uncertainty between now and then, market returns - and analysts' expectations - could shift dramatically between now and then.


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This piece from Roger Angell of the New Yorker says it all. If he can do it, we can all do it.
Back in 1992, I published a piece about voting at the Y on Lexington Avenue. “At the Y, nothing has changed,” I wrote:
Around the room, the machines’ shabby curtains snap open and bang shut; the vestal poll-watchers bend low over their thick volumes; and once again I have forgotten the number of my assembly district. Redirected, I sign my name above an amazing column of perfect prior replicas, in various inks: my straight A’s in civics. I get in line and, for this once, don’t mind its length or slowness. Inside at last, I flip the pleasing levers and then check my “X”s one more time; it’s all done so quickly that I linger a moment longer. . . . Then I grab the lever, record myself with a manly fling, and walk out, shriven, to go to work.
I went on to say that I’d fallen “a long way from the hot certainties of my twenties and thirties, when I would argue politics with my friends and family by the hour and the day and the night,” and fired off “burning letters to my congressman and dialled Western Union before bedtime with still another telegram to the White House. No more. I have no wish to sort out here what happened to me, what happened to us all, when our politics went onto the tube, for we know that story by heart. We are consumers of politics now, and hardly participants at all.”

Editing this piece now, before your eyes, I’d say that I like and stand behind my paean to the voting machine, whose absence I mourn each November—the pure and pearl-like oddity that so well matched the strangeness and beauty of voting. On the other hand, I could do without my hurried complaints about the massive shift of national politics from newspapers and radio onto television (the “tube,” as we called it then).

What I need to add here, in 2018, by contrast, is my reconversion from the distanced and gentlemanly 1992 Roger to something akin to the argumentative and impassioned younger me, which began with the arrival of Donald Trump in our politics and our daily lives. In a New Yorker piece posted the week before the 2016 election, I wrote that my first Presidential vote was for Franklin Delano Roosevelt, in 1944, when I was a young Air Force sergeant stationed in the Central Pacific. I went on to say that, seventy-two years later, defeating Trump made that immediate election the most important of my life. Alarmed as I was, I had no idea, of course, of the depths of the disaster that would befall us, taking away our leadership and moral standing in the world.

I am ninety-eight now, legally blind, and a pain in the ass to all my friends and much of my family with my constant rantings about the Trump debacle—his floods of lies, his racism, his abandonment of vital connections to ancient allies and critically urgent world concerns, his relentless attacks on the media, and, just lately, his arrant fearmongering about the agonizingly slow approach of a fading column of frightened Central American refugees. The not-to-mention list takes us to his scorn for the poor everywhere, his dismantling contempt for the F.B.I. and the Justice Department, and his broad ignorance and overriding failure of human response. A Democratic victory in this midterm election, in the House, at the least, will put a halt to a lot of this and prevent something much worse.

Countless friends of mine have been engaged this year in political action, but, at my age, I’m not quite up to making phone calls or ringing doorbells. But I can still vote, and I ended that 1992 piece by saying how the morning after Election Day I’d search out, in the Times, the totals in the Presidential balloting, and, “over to the right in my candidate’s column, count the millions of votes there, down to the very last number. ‘That’s me!’ ” I would whisper, “and, at the moment, perhaps feel once again the absurd conviction that that final number, the starboard digit, is something—go figure—I would still die for, if anyone cared.”

What I said I would die for I now want to live for. The quarter-century-plus since George H. W. Bush lost that election to Bill Clinton has brought a near-total change to our everyday world. Unendable wars, desperate refugee populations, a crashing climate, and a sickening flow of gun murders and massacres in schools, concert halls, churches, and temples are the abiding commonplace amid the buzz of social media, Obamacare, and #MeToo. What remains, still in place and now again before us, is voting.

What we can all do at this moment is vote—get up, brush our teeth, go to the polling place, and get in line. I was never in combat as a soldier, but now I am. Those of you who haven’t quite been getting to your polling place lately, who want better candidates or a clearer system of making yourself heard, or who just aren’t in the habit, need to get it done this time around. If you stay home, count yourself among the hundreds of thousands now being disenfranchised by the relentless parade of restrictions that Republicans everywhere are imposing and enforcing. If you don’t vote, they have won, and you are a captive, one of their prizes.

When you do go to vote on Tuesday, take a friend, a nephew, a neighbor, or a partner, and be patient when in line. Just up ahead of you, the old guy in a sailing cap, leaning on his cane and accompanied by his wife, is me, again not minding the wait, and again enthralled by the moment and its meaning.


Roger Angell, a senior editor and a staff writer, has contributed to The New Yorkersince 1944, and became a fiction editor in 1956.

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Keep it all uptown and help out Harlem's great local businesses over the weekend.  Below is the Bespoke list of what is new and notable in the north neighborhoods to try out this upcoming weekend. 

Manhattan School of Music Jazz orchestra at The Gatehouse: LINK

Seeing the new exhibit at the Wallach Gallery by 125th Street: LINK

Ethiopian cuisine at Benyam on FDB by 149th Street: LINK

Arepas and drinks at Barepas on Amsterdam by 148th street: LINK

Saturday Morningside Farmers Market at 110th and Manhattan: LINK

Pizza Happy Hour on the weekends at Uncle Tony's by 139th Street: LINK

More drinks at the new Harlem Ale House on 127th Street: LINK

Tasting tacos in East Harlem at La Chula on 116th Street: LINK

Drinks at BoxersWashington Heights on Broadway by 159th: LINK

Coffee and ambiance at Common Good on FDB by 149th Street: LINK

Shopping at the new Whole Foods on Lenox at125th Street: LINK

Hanging out at the Bierstrasse beer garden on 12th Avenue: LINK

Coffee and donuts at Shuteye on 116th between Lenox and 7th Ave: LINK

Drinking craft beer at Harlem Hops on 7th Avenue by 133rd Street: LINK

Waffle ice cream sandwiches at Mikey Likes It on FDB: LINK

Cocktails at Hexagon Lounge on 142nd Street by Edgecombe: LINK

Checking out the new location of Charle's Pan Fried Chicken on FDB: LINK

Visiting Bo's Bagels on 116th early in the morning before they sell out: LINK

Tasting delicious Japanese curry at the new Curry-Ya UptownLINK

Trying out the brunch burger at RDV on FDB by West 112th Street: LINK

Weekend dinners at Belle on ACP 7th Avenue by 139th Street: LINK

Discovering Japanese style crepes at Crepe Master on 116th: LINK

Tasting ice cream at Sugar Hill Creamery on Lenox by 119th: LINK

Dinner service at Clay on Manhattan Avenue and 123rd Street: LINK 

Grabbing coffee at Little Bean on St. Nicholas and 111th Street: LINK

Drinks at the new Honeywell in Hamilton Heights on Broadway: LINK

Eating hand-made tacos at the Oso on Amsterdam and 140th Street: LINK

Sipping java at the new Harlem Coffee Co. on Lenox by 118th: LINK

New local brew and pizza at Hop House on FDB and 120th Street: LINK

Discovering the East Harlem Bottling Co. on Lexington by 107th Street: LINK

Seafood and craft cocktails at  B2 Harlem on West 119th: LINK

Trying out southern whiskey at Uptown Bourbon by 152nd Street: LINK

Drinks at the new Alibi lounge on 7th Avenue by 139th Street:  LINK

Trying out burgers at Harlem Burger Co. on FDB and 118th Street: LINK

Slurping up authentic ramen at R.O.K.C on Broadway by 141st Street: LINK

Brunch or dinner at Sottocasa Pizzeria on Lenox by 121st Street: LINK

Eating great Italian at Fumo on Amsterdam and 139th Street: LINK

Destination worthy brunch at Solomon & Kuff on 12th Avenue: LINK

Sunday Brunch at Mountain Bird on East 110th Street: LINK

Tasting incredible Edomae style sushi at Inoue on Lenox and 129th: LINK

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          Voters give House Democrats a check on Trump      Cache   Translate Page      

WASHINGTON — The Democrats took back the House with a surge of fresh new candidates and an outpouring of voter enthusiasm Tuesday, breaking the GOP's monopoly on power in Washington and setting the stage for a multitude of investigations of President Donald Trump that could engulf his administration over the next two years.

Ending eight years of Republican control that began with the tea party revolt of 2010, Democrats picked off more than two dozen GOP-held districts in suburbs across the nation on the way to securing the 218 seats needed for a majority.

As of early Wednesday, Democrats had won 219 races and the Republicans 193, with winners undetermined in 23 races. Democrats lead in nine of those, Republicans in 14. The final count is likely to leave Democrats with a narrow majority that could be difficult to manage and preserve.

Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, who is seeking to reclaim the gavel as House speaker, called it a "new day in America."

She saluted "those dynamic, diverse and incredible candidates who have taken back the House for the American people."

With the Republicans keeping control of the Senate, the outcome in the House could mean gridlock for Trump's agenda on Capitol Hill — or, conversely, it could open a new era of deal-making.

As the majority party, the Democrats will chair important committees and will have expansive powers to investigate the president, his business dealings and the inner workings of his administration, including whether anyone from the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians to influence the 2016 presidential election.

They will have authority to request Trump's tax returns and subpoena power to obtain documents, emails and testimony.

However, any attempt to impeach Trump is likely to run headlong into resistance in the GOP-controlled Senate.

Pelosi, meanwhile, is likely to face a challenge for the speakership from newer or younger members later this month. And the Democrats could see a struggle inside the party over how aggressively to confront the Trump administration.

During the campaign, Pelosi urged candidates to focus on lowering health care costs and creating jobs with infrastructure investment, and she tamped down calls for impeachment.

The campaign unfolded against a backdrop of ugly rhetoric and angry debates on immigration, health care and the role of Congress in overseeing the president.

In locking down a majority, Democratic candidates flipped seats in several suburban districts outside Washington, Philadelphia, Miami, Chicago, Denver and Dallas that were considered prime targets for turnover because they were won by Hillary Clinton in 2016. The Democrats made only slight inroads in Trump country, where they tried to win back white working-class voters.

Midterm elections are typically difficult for the party in power, but the GOP's hold on power was further weakened by an unusually large number of retirements as well as infighting between conservatives and centrists over their allegiance to Trump.

The Democrats, in turn, benefited from extraordinary voter enthusiasm, robust fundraising and unusually fresh candidates. More women than ever were running, along with veterans and minorities, many of them motivated by revulsion over Trump.

As the returns came in, voters were on track to send at least 99 women to the House, shattering the record of 84 now. Perhaps the biggest new political star among them is New York's 29-year-old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a liberal firebrand from the Bronx.

Also among them are the first two Native American women elected to the House — Democrats Sharice Davids of Kansas and Deb Haaland of New Mexico — and the first two Muslim-American women, Rhasida Tlaib of Michigan and Minnesota's Ilhan Oman.

The Republican side of the aisle elected mostly white men.

In trying to stem Republican losses, Trump made only passing reference to his $1.5 trillion tax cut — the GOP Congress' signature achievement — and instead barnstormed through mostly white regions of the country, interjecting dark and foreboding warnings. He predicted an "invasion" from the migrant caravan making its way toward the U.S. and decried the "radical" agenda of speaker-in-waiting Pelosi.

On Tuesday night, he called to congratulate Pelosi and acknowledged her plea for bipartisanship, the leader's spokesman said.

Health care and immigration were high on voters' minds as they cast ballots, according to a survey of the American electorate by The Associated Press. AP VoteCast also showed a majority of voters considered Trump a factor in their votes.

In the Miami area, former Clinton administration Cabinet member Donna Shalala won an open seat, while GOP Rep. Carlos Curbelo lost his bid for a third term in a nearby district.

In the suburbs outside the nation's capital, Virginia Rep. Barbara Comstock — among the most endangered GOP incumbents, branded Barbara "Trumpstock" by Democrats — lost to Jennifer Wexton, a prosecutor and state legislator.

And outside Richmond, Virginia, one-time tea party favorite Rep. Dave Brat lost to Democrat Abigail Spanberger, a former CIA operative motivated to run for office after the GOP vote to gut the Affordable Care Act. Like other Democrats across the country, Spanberger emphasized protecting people with pre-existing conditions from being denied coverage or charged more by insurers.

Pennsylvania was particularly daunting for Republicans after court-imposed redistricting and a rash of retirements put several seats in play. Democratic favorite Conor Lamb, who stunned Washington by winning a special election in the state, beat Republican Rep. Keith Rothfus in a new district. At least three other red districts flipped to blue.

In Kentucky, the heart of Trump country, one of the top Democratic recruits, retired Marine fighter pilot Amy McGrath, lost her bid to oust to three-term Rep. Andy Barr in the Lexington-area district.

Republicans had expected the GOP tax plan would be the cornerstone of their election agenda this year, but it became a potential liability in key states along the East and West coasts where residents could face higher tax bills because of limits on property and sales tax deductions.

The tax law was particularly problematic for Republicans in high-tax New Jersey, where at least three GOP-held seats flipped. The winners included Democrat Mikie Sherrill, a former Navy pilot and federal prosecutor who ran for a suburban Newark seat.

The GOP campaign committee distanced itself from eight-term Rep. Steve King of Iowa after he was accused of racism and anti-Semitism, but he won anyway.

In California, four GOP seats in the one-time Republican stronghold of Orange County were in play, along with three other seats to the north beyond Los Angeles and into the Central Valley.

"We always knew these races are going to be close," said Rep. Katherine Clark of Massachusetts, co-chair of House Democrats' recruitment efforts. "It's just a very robust class of candidates that really reflects who we are as a country."

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Haley Stevens, candidate for Michigan's 11th Congressional District, gives a thumbs up as exits her polling place Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, in Rochester Hills, Mich. Stevens is running against Lena Epstein. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

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New York Democratic congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, center, signs a register before voting, Tuesday Nov. 6, 2018, in the Parkchester community in the Bronx, N.Y. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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Democratic congressional candidate Amy McGrath stands in line with her family while waiting to vote on Election Day in Georgetown, Ky., Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018. (AP Photo/Bryan Woolston)

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Candidate for Pennsylvania's 1st Congressional District Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., waits in line to vote in Langhorne, Pa., Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

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Andy Kim, the Democratic candidate in New Jersey's third Congressional District, holds his son as he stands with his wife Kammy Lai and their son as they prepare to vote Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, in Bordentown, N.J. Kim is facing Tom MacArthur, the Republican incumbent candidate in New Jersey's third Congressional District. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

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Maryland's 6th Congressional District candidate Amie Hoeber greets voters in front of a voting location Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, in Potomac, Md. David Trone, a Democrat and co-owner of a national wine store chain, is running against Hoeber, a Republican and national security consultant. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post via AP)

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Anthony Brindisi, right, the Democratic candidate for New York's 22nd Congressional District, chats with Habiba Mberwa, left, after casting his vote at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica, N.Y., Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018. Brindisi, a Democratic Assemblyman, is hoping to defeat Republican Congresswoman Claudia Tenney in New York's 22nd Congressional District race. (AP Photo/Heather Ainsworth)
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Divide and Conquer

I am an American. I believe that my birth in Boston, almost two decades ago, guarantees that. I grew up both Indian and American, able to explore the intricacies of multicultural duality. The two identities are inseparable and cannot exist independent of the other.

Donald Trump has thrown these long-established axioms of my life into jeopardy. A few days ago, he tweeted his “understanding” of the Constitution — one that allows him to unilaterally repeal the 14th Amendment by executive order. The amendment among other things, safeguards for equal protection under the laws and of birthright citizenship. Given that my parents were not American citizens when I was born, my citizenship in the United States is solely contingent on the fact that I was born on U.S. soil. Provided that the Republican Congress and Supreme Court have thus far failed to protect basic constitutional rights for so many people, how long would it be until they start assenting to outright unconstitutional acts? How long would it be until they retroactively revoke people’s citizenship for the sake of preserving “real America”? These questions tear at the very heart of my existence, threatening to unseam the tenuous connection between my identity’s inherent duality. In effect, Trump’s intentions are asking people like myself to accept that, unless we are derived from “real American” stock, we are not Americans at all. And that proposition is one by which I cannot abide. Were I to dissociate my American life and upbringing from my Indian cultural background, I would be denying the fundamental truths of my world, repudiating everything I know myself to be — too Indian to be purely “American,” and certainly too American to fully Indian.

I am from Lexington, Massachusetts, where thousands of children have similar stories to mine. We are a diverse community of native-born Americans and immigrants — legal and undocumented alike. We are taught that we are Americans as well as keepers of our ancestral cultures existing in multicultural duality. Such an executive order is eerily reminiscent of another demagogue many decades ago who used the stripping of citizenship to justify oppression and state-sponsored terrorism against those deemed to be outside the nation’s populace. People say that the situation won’t get that bad, that we have systems in place that will keep such heinous acts from being repeated. But I always ask myself, do we really? We are one 5–4 Supreme Court decision away from such breaches of basic constitutional rights — denying citizenship as a pathway to even greater inhumanity.

Considering that partisan hack and “originalist” “justice” Brett Kavanaugh has been seated to ensure the rubber-stamping of the Trumpist agenda, I fear that my world and the worlds of innumerable others are under threat. It is clear that the president sees immigrants, particularly from non white-majority countries, as a threat to the whiteness of his imagined America. The accentuation of the word “caravan” within his speech at any of his unhinged rallies makes this clear. To his followers who share the same repulsive worldview, hordes of swarthy immigrants are streaming towards America, ready to stain and sully the purity of its long-guarded whiteness. Trump’s acolytes in government have agreed. Iowa congressman and white supremacist, Steve King, went as far to declare that “Culture and demographics are destiny. We can’t restore our civilization with someone else’s babies.”

Do I count as someone else’s baby?

If the majority of America agrees with Trump’s view on immigration and birthright citizenship, then I somehow do. If that is true, then is my entire existence, predicated on the duality of my two cultural backgrounds, a lie? And if my identity is a lie, how am I supposed to navigate the white power structure determined to erase it? I am sure countless other people of multicultural backgrounds are asking themselves similar questions. But for now, the only remedy available to us is to reassert our heritages’ place in American society at the ballot box. Vote.


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          Ford buys electric scooter startup Spin      Cache   Translate Page      
Ford is buying electric scooter startup Spin, Axios reports. Spin currently operates its scooters in Coral Gables, Fla., Washington, D.C., Charlotte, N.C., Durham, N.C., Lexington, Ky., Denver, Colo., Detroit, Mich. and Long Beach, Calif. In addition to operating throughout specific cities, Spin is live on five college campuses. Spin was one of the three companies […]
          Ford buys electric scooter startup Spin      Cache   Translate Page      
Ford is buying electric scooter startup Spin, Axios reports. Spin currently operates its scooters in Coral Gables, Fla., Washington, D.C., Charlotte, N.C., Durham, N.C., Lexington, Ky., Denver, Colo., Detroit, Mich. and Long Beach, Calif. In addition to operating throughout specific cities, Spin is live on five college campuses. Spin was one of the three companies […]
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          11/4/2018: COLLEGE FOOTBALL: No. 6 Bulldogs halt upstart Wildcats to clinch berth in conference title game      Cache   Translate Page      
Lexington, Ky. — Georgia believed it had a point to prove. Bulldogs running backs D’Andre Swift and Elijah Holyfield spent all week hearing about the rushing prowess of Kentucky’s Benny Snell Jr. Georgia’s defensive players kept fielding questions...
          From breweries and baseball to ‘cigar tenements’ and German Broadway: 10 secrets of Yorkville      Cache   Translate Page      
Yorkville Theater, 86th Street between Lexington and Third, via NYHS Yorkville has been a popular outpost for the young professional crowd for quite some time now, but thanks to the Second Avenue Subway opening two years ago, the neighborhood has been getting on everyone’s radar. But long before the cool subway mosaics, new building developments, and constantly-popping-up restaurants and bars, Yorkville had a diverse history that spanned more than 300 years. In celebration of this history, FRIENDS of the Upper East Side Historic Districts is releasing today a new neighborhood history book, “Shaped by Immigrants: A History of Yorkville.” And after getting a sneak […]
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LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Following two reports of educators dragging autistic students, a Kentucky school district has outlined a plan to improve services.

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the Fayette County Public Schools board discussed the recommendations Monday.

The proposals include installing more classroom surveillance cameras, an independent audit of autism-related ...

          Curis to Present at 33rd Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer Annual Meeting and Cowen IO NEXT Summit      Cache   Translate Page      

LEXINGTON, Mass., Nov. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Curis, Inc. (NASDAQ: CRIS), a biotechnology company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative therapeutics for the treatment of cancer, today announced upcoming presentations at the Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer...


          Valvoline completes acquisition of Oil Changers in Canada      Cache   Translate Page      
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Valvoline Inc. has completed the acquisition of the business assets of Oil Changers Inc., which has 31 franchised quick lube centers in Ontario.
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          Notorious Anti-Gay Clerk Kim Davis Loses Bid for Re-Election in Kentucky      Cache   Translate Page      
Kim Davis lost to a Democrat.

Kim Davis, the notorious anti-LGBT clerk in Rowan County, Kentucky who was jailed after defying a court order to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couple, lost her bid for re-election Tuesday, the Lexington-Herald Leader reports.

Davis lost to challenger Elwood Caudill Jr., a Democrat.

Davis became a national name in 2015, when she began denying same-sex marriage liscenses citing her personal religious objections and "God's authority."

She was ultimately held in contempt of court and served five days in jail.


          Mealey's Insurance - Farmer Seeks Later Trial Date Over Charges Of Fraud On Crop Insurance      Cache   Translate Page      
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Citing a "large volume of discovery," a farmer accused by the U.S. government of submitting false reports regarding federally reinsured crop insurance policies on Nov. 2 asked a Kentucky federal court to continue trial to sometime after January (United States v. Christopher G. Hickerson, No. 18-cr-00111, E.D. Ky.).

          Seasonal Sales Associate- Lexington, VA - Ollie's Bargain Outlet - Lexington, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
The Seasonal Sales Associate assists customers and helps to maintain the store appearance. The Seasonal Sales Associate is responsible for all aspects of...
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          Jerry Hibbard Obituary      Cache   Translate Page      
Jerry Hibbard 71 died Sunday Celebration of life Wednesday 1 PM Rominger Funeral Home Interment in Hacker Cemetery (Sidell) Visitation Tuesday Rominger Funeral Home Subscribe to the Manchester Enterprise Today! Click Here To Subscribe On-line Jerry Hibbard, age 71 departed this life on Sunday, November 4, 2018 at the Saint Joseph Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. […]
          Kentucky Football — We’re Georgia, and You’re Not      Cache   Translate Page      
We’re Georgia, and You’re Not—By Dr. John Huang (LEXINGTON, Ky.) — Kentucky’s 34-17 loss to the Georgia Bulldogs was like the proverbial punch in the gut—a hard to swallow dose of reality in a fantasy season run amok. For ever since the miracle in Mizzou last Saturday, BBN had been dreaming of dancing down to […]
          Judicial college      Cache   Translate Page      
District Court Judges Henria Bailey-Lewis and Allen B. Roberts who serve Clay, Jackson and Leslie counties participated in sessions on Casey’s Law, guardianship cases, cultural competency and more Sept. 16-19 at the 2018 District Judges College in Lexington. The Education Committee of the Kentucky District Judges Association and the Office of Judicial Branch Education at […]
          Ford buys electric scooter startup Spin      Cache   Translate Page      
Ford is buying electric scooter startup Spin, Axios reports, citing a price of around $40 million. Spin currently operates its scooters in Coral Gables, Fla., Washington, D.C., Charlotte, N.C., Durham, N.C., Lexington, Ky., Denver, Colo., Detroit, Mich. and Long Beach, Calif. In addition to operating throughout specific cities, Spin is live on five college campuses. […]
          Student took loaded gun into Lexington high school. Metal detector wand did not catch it.      Cache   Translate Page      
A student on Wednesday brought a loaded gun into Lexington’s Frederick Douglass High School after he was checked with a hand-held metal detector, officials said. Last May, Douglass was the … Click to Continue »
          Fleeing soccer coach spotted in Lexington. He was convicted of sexual battery of player      Cache   Translate Page      
A fugitive soccer coach was recently spotted in Lexington after fleeing an Ohio courtroom before he was convicted of sex crimes against a 14-year-old player, according to media reports. Justin … Click to Continue »
          Letter saying kids must pay to use paper in class causes uproar. Then principal explains.      Cache   Translate Page      
A letter telling parents at Lexington’s Tates Creek Middle School that students would be charged 10 cents for each page of paper they use caused a social media uproar Wednesday … Click to Continue »
          Ford buys electric scooter startup Spin      Cache   Translate Page      

Ford is buying electric scooter startup Spin, Axios reports. Spin currently operates its scooters in Coral Gables, Fla., Washington, D.C., Charlotte, N.C., Durham, N.C., Lexington, Ky., Denver, Colo., Detroit, Mich. and Long Beach, Calif. In addition to operating throughout specific cities, Spin is live on five college campuses. Spin was one of the three companies […]

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