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US-Senate-All,400

Alabama2,281 of 2,281 precincts - 100 percent -GOP GainDoug Jones, Dem (i) 920,478 - 40 percentx-Tommy Tuberville, GOP 1,392,076 - 60 percentAlaska442 of 442 precincts - 100 percentAl Gross, Dem 145,813 - 41 percentx-Dan Sullivan, GOP (i) 190,772 - 54 percentJohn Wayne Howe, AKI 16,697 - 5 percentArizona - U.S. Senate Unexpired Term1,489 of 1,489 precincts - 100 percent -Dem Gainx-Mark Kelly, Dem 1,716,467 - 51 percentMartha McSally, GOP (i) 1,637,661 - 49 percentArkansas2,575 of 2,575 precincts - 100 percentx-Tom Cotton, GOP (i) 793,871 - 67 percentRicky Harrington, Lib 399,390 - 33 percentColorado3,275 of 3,276 precincts - 99 percent -Dem Gainx-John Hickenlooper, Dem 1,730,964 - 54 percentCory Gardner, GOP (i) 1,429,356 - 44 percentDaniel Doyle, AVP 9,818 - 0 percentStephan Evans, Uty 8,967 - 0 percentRaymon Doane, Lib 56,255 - 2 percentDelaware435 of 435 precincts - 100 percentx-Christopher Coons, Dem (i) 291,804 - 59 percentLauren Witzke, GOP 186,054 - 38 percentNadine Frost, Lib 5,244 - 1 percentMark Turley, IPD 7,833 - 2 percentGeorgia2,656 of 2,656 precincts - 100 percentJon Ossoff, Dem 2,374,519 - 48 percentDavid Perdue, GOP (i) 2,462,617 - 50 percentShane Hazel, Lib 115,039 - 2 percentGeorgia - U.S. Senate Unexpired Term2,656 of 2,656 precincts - 100 percentDeborah Jackson, Dem 324,118 - 7 percentJamesia James, Dem 94,406 - 2 percentTamara Johnson-Shealey, Dem 106,767 - 2 percentMatt Lieberman, Dem 136,021 - 3 percentJoy Slade, Dem 44,945 - 1 percentEd Tarver, Dem 26,333 - 1 percentRaphael Warnock, Dem 1,617,035 - 33 percentRichard Winfield, Dem 28,687 - 1 percentDoug Collins, GOP 980,454 - 20 percentDerrick Grayson, GOP 51,592 - 1 percentAnnette Jackson, GOP 44,335 - 1 percentA. Wayne Johnson, GOP 36,176 - 1 percentKelly Loeffler, GOP (i) 1,273,214 - 26 percentKandiss Taylor, GOP 40,349 - 1 percentAl Bartell, Ind 14,640 - 0 percentAllen Buckley, Ind 17,954 - 0 percentJohn Fortuin, Grn 15,293 - 0 percentMichael Greene, Ind 13,293 - 0 percentBrian Slowinski, Lib 35,431 - 1 percentValencia Stovall, Ind 13,318 - 0 percentIdaho966 of 966 precincts - 100 percentPaulette Jordan, Dem 285,870 - 33 percentx-Jim Risch, GOP (i) 537,455 - 63 percentNatalie Fleming, Ind 25,329 - 3 percentRay Writz, CST 10,172 - 1 percentIllinois10,350 of 10,455 precincts - 99 percentx-Richard Durbin, Dem (i) 3,262,097 - 55 percentMark Curran, GOP 2,306,064 - 39 percentDavid Black, Grn 56,283 - 1 percentDanny Malouf, Lib 107,006 - 2 percentWillie Wilson, Ind 237,134 - 4 percentIowa1,661 of 1,661 precincts - 100 percentTheresa Greenfield, Dem 754,859 - 45 percentx-Joni Ernst, GOP (i) 864,997 - 52 percentRick Stewart, Lib 36,961 - 2 percentSuzanne Herzog, NPD 13,800 - 1 percentKansas3,587 of 3,587 precincts - 100 percent -OpenBarbara Bollier, Dem 552,953 - 42 percentx-Roger Marshall, GOP 711,097 - 53 percentJason Buckley, Lib 65,506 - 5 percentKentucky3,685 of 3,685 precincts - 100 percentAmy McGrath, Dem 816,257 - 38 percentx-Mitch McConnell, GOP (i) 1,233,315 - 58 percentBrad Barron, Lib 85,386 - 4 percentLouisiana3,934 of 3,934 precincts - 100 percentDerrick Edwards, Dem 229,814 - 11 percentDavid Knight, Dem 36,962 - 2 percentAdrian Perkins, Dem 394,049 - 19 percentAntoine Pierce, Dem 55,710 - 3 percentPeter Wenstrup, Dem 14,454 - 1 percentx-Bill Cassidy, GOP (i) 1,228,908 - 59 percentDustin Murphy, GOP 38,383 - 2 percentBeryl Billiot, NPD 17,362 - 1 percentJohn Paul Bourgeois, NPD 16,518 - 1 percentReno Jean Daret, NPD 3,954 - 0 percentXan John, Oth 2,813 - 0 percentVinny Mendoza, Ind 7,811 - 0 percentJamar Montgomery, NPD 5,804 - 0 percentMelinda Price, Oth 7,680 - 0 percentAaron Sigler, Lib 11,321 - 1 percentMaine571 of 571 precincts - 100 percentSara Gideon, Dem 347,143 - 42 percentx-Susan Collins, GOP (i) 417,380 - 51 percentMax Linn, Ind 13,496 - 2 percentLisa Savage, Ind 40,567 - 5 percentMassachusetts2,173 of 2,173 precincts - 100 percentx-Edward Markey, Dem (i) 2,357,809 - 67 percentKevin O'Connor, GOP 1,177,765 - 33 percentMichigan4,814 of 4,814 precincts - 100 percentx-Gary Peters, Dem (i) 2,734,568 - 50 percentJohn James, GOP 2,642,233 - 48 percentDoug Dern, NLP 13,093 - 0 percentMarcia Squier, Grn 39,217 - 1 percentValerie Willis, UST 50,597 - 1 percentMinnesota4,110 of 4,110 precincts - 100 percentx-Tina Smith, Dem (i) 1,566,522 - 49 percentJason Lewis, GOP 1,398,145 - 44 percentOliver Steinberg, GRP 57,174 - 2 percentKevin O'Connor, LMN 190,154 - 6 percentMississippi1,768 of 1,768 precincts - 100 percentMike Espy, Dem 578,806 - 44 percentx-Cindy Hyde-Smith, GOP (i) 709,539 - 54 percentJimmy Edwards, Lib 23,152 - 2 percentMontana663 of 663 precincts - 100 percentSteve Bullock, Dem 272,536 - 45 percentx-Steve Daines, GOP (i) 333,248 - 55 percentNebraska1,379 of 1,379 precincts - 100 percentx-Ben Sasse, GOP (i) 583,507 - 67 percentChris Janicek, Dem 227,191 - 26 percentGene Siadek, Lib 55,115 - 6 percentNew Hampshire304 of 304 precincts - 100 percentx-Jeanne Shaheen, Dem (i) 449,711 - 57 percentCorky Messner, GOP 324,340 - 41 percentJustin O'Donnell, Lib 18,690 - 2 percentNew Jersey6,348 of 6,348 precincts - 100 percentx-Cory Booker, Dem (i) 2,541,171 - 57 percentRikin Mehta, GOP 1,817,042 - 41 percentDaniel Burke, Ind 11,632 - 0 percentVeronica Fernandez, Ind 32,289 - 1 percentMadelyn Hoffman, Ind 38,288 - 1 percentNew Mexico1,925 of 1,925 precincts - 100 percent -Openx-Ben Ray Lujan, Dem 474,483 - 52 percentMark Ronchetti, GOP 418,483 - 46 percentBob Walsh, Lib 24,271 - 3 percentNorth Carolina2,662 of 2,662 precincts - 100 percentCal Cunningham, Dem 2,569,965 - 47 percentx-Thom Tillis, GOP (i) 2,665,598 - 49 percentShannon Bray, Lib 171,571 - 3 percentKevin Hayes, CST 67,818 - 1 percentOklahoma1,948 of 1,948 precincts - 100 percentx-Jim Inhofe, GOP (i) 979,140 - 63 percentRobert Murphy, Lib 34,435 - 2 percentAbby Broyles, Dem 509,763 - 33 percentJoan Farr, Ind 21,652 - 1 percentA.D. Nesbit, Ind 11,371 - 1 percentOregon1,316 of 1,333 precincts - 99 percentJo Rae Perkins, GOP 912,814 - 39 percentx-Jeff Merkley, Dem (i) 1,321,047 - 57 percentIbrahim Taher, PAG 42,239 - 2 percentGary Dye, Lib 42,747 - 2 percentRhode Island460 of 460 precincts - 100 percentx-John Reed, Dem (i) 327,427 - 67 percentAllen Waters, GOP 164,774 - 33 percentSouth Carolina2,262 of 2,262 precincts - 100 percentJaime Harrison, Dem 1,110,828 - 44 percentx-Lindsey Graham, GOP (i) 1,369,137 - 54 percentBill Bledsoe, CST 32,845 - 1 percentSouth Dakota693 of 693 precincts - 100 percentDan Ahlers, Dem 143,987 - 34 percentx-Mike Rounds, GOP (i) 276,232 - 66 percentTennessee1,941 of 1,955 precincts - 99 percent -Openx-Bill Hagerty, GOP 1,829,015 - 63 percentMarquita Bradshaw, Dem 1,018,052 - 35 percentYomi Faparusi, Ind 10,624 - 0 percentJeffrey Grunau, Ind 4,126 - 0 percentRonnie Henley, Ind 8,415 - 0 percentDean Hill, Ind 4,852 - 0 percentSteven Hooper, Ind 9,573 - 0 percentAaron James, Ind 7,138 - 0 percentElizabeth McLeod, Ind 16,490 - 1 percentKacey Morgan, Ind 9,532 - 0 percentEric Stansberry, Ind 6,732 - 0 percentTexas9,554 of 9,554 precincts - 100 percentMary Hegar, Dem 4,888,764 - 44 percentx-John Cornyn, GOP (i) 5,962,983 - 54 percentDavid Collins, Grn 81,893 - 1 percentKerry McKennon, Lib 209,722 - 2 percentVirginia2,585 of 2,585 precincts - 100 percentx-Mark Warner, Dem (i) 2,466,500 - 56 percentDaniel Gade, GOP 1,934,199 - 44 percentWest Virginia1,706 of 1,706 precincts - 100 percentPaula Jean Swearengin, Dem 210,309 - 27 percentx-Shelley Moore Capito, GOP (i) 547,454 - 70 percentDavid Moran, Lib 21,155 - 3 percentWyoming498 of 498 precincts - 100 percent -Openx-Cynthia Lummis, GOP 198,100 - 73 percentMerav Ben-David, Dem 72,766 - 27 percent

US-Senate-Sum,100

         Dem         GOP         OthCurrent           45          53           2Won           13          20           0Leading            1           1           0Holdovers           33          30           2         ---         ---         ---Trend           47          51           2Insufficient Vote           0           0           0Net Change:                                     Winners           +1          -1           0Leaders           +1          -1           0         ---         ---         ---          +2          -2           0Insufficient Vote:Dem Open 0GOP Open 0Oth Open 0Dem Incumbent 0GOP Incumbent 0Oth Incumbent 0---

US-House-Winners, 6th Add,400

Eds: This take covers New YorkNew York3: Thomas Suozzi, Dem (i)4: Kathleen Rice, Dem (i)5: Gregory Meeks, Dem (i)6: Grace Meng, Dem (i)7: Nydia Velazquez, Dem (i)8: Hakeem Jeffries, Dem (i)9: Yvette Clarke, Dem (i)10: Jerrold Nadler, Dem (i)12: Carolyn Maloney, Dem (i)13: Adriano Espaillat, Dem (i)14: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Dem (i)15: Ritchie Torres, Dem16: Jamaal Bowman, Dem17: Mondaire Jones, Dem18: Sean Patrick Maloney, Dem (i)19: Antonio Delgado, Dem (i)20: Paul Tonko, Dem (i)21: Elise Stefanik, GOP (i)23: Tom Reed, GOP (i)25: Joseph Morelle, Dem (i)26: Brian Higgins, Dem (i)27: Chris Jacobs, GOP (i)

US-House-Winners, 5th Add,400

Eds: This take covers Minnesota through New MexicoMinnesota1: Jim Hagedorn, GOP (i)2: Angie Craig, Dem (i)3: Dean Phillips, Dem (i)4: Betty McCollum, Dem (i)5: Ilhan Omar, Dem (i)6: Tom Emmer, GOP (i)7: Michelle Fischbach, GOP8: Pete Stauber, GOP (i)Mississippi1: Trent Kelly, GOP (i)2: Bennie Thompson, Dem (i)3: Michael Guest, GOP (i)4: Steven Palazzo, GOP (i)Missouri1: Cori Bush, Dem2: Ann Wagner, GOP (i)3: Blaine Luetkemeyer, GOP (i)4: Vicky Hartzler, GOP (i)5: Emanuel Cleaver, Dem (i)6: Sam Graves, GOP (i)7: Billy Long, GOP (i)8: Jason Smith, GOP (i)Montana1: Matt Rosendale, GOPNebraska1: Jeff Fortenberry, GOP (i)2: Donald Bacon, GOP (i)3: Adrian Smith, GOP (i)Nevada1: Dina Titus, Dem (i)2: Mark Amodei, GOP (i)3: Susie Lee, Dem (i)4: Steven Horsford, Dem (i)New Hampshire1: Chris Pappas, Dem (i)2: Ann McLane Kuster, Dem (i)New Jersey1: Donald Norcross, Dem (i)2: Jeff Van Drew, GOP (i)3: Andy Kim, Dem (i)4: Christopher Smith, GOP (i)5: Josh Gottheimer, Dem (i)6: Frank Pallone, Dem (i)7: Tom Malinowski, Dem (i)8: Albio Sires, Dem (i)9: Bill Pascrell, Dem (i)10: Donald Payne Jr., Dem (i)11: Mikie Sherrill, Dem (i)12: Bonnie Watson Coleman, Dem (i)New Mexico1: Deb Haaland, Dem (i)2: Yvette Herrell, GOP3: Teresa Leger Fernandez, Dem

Argentines bid a raucous farewell to Maradona amid clashes

BUENOS AIRES (AP) — Soccer superstar Diego Maradona was buried Thursday in a private ceremony attended by only two dozen people — a stark contrast to earlier in the day when tens of thousands of weeping fans filed past his coffin for hours in an observance that mixed head-of-state-like honors with the chaos of a rowdy stadium.Only family members and close friends were permitted at Jardín Bella Vista cemetery for the final religious ceremony and burial of Maradona next to the graves of his parents, Dalma and Diego.Fans waving Argentine flags had gathered along roads as Maradona’s funeral car drove by under heavy security.

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