By Dave Andrusko
There are nailbiters and then there are nailbiters. Last night’s results were so close they leave major questions unanswered.
For example, we don’t how much of a margin Republicans enjoy in the House, assuming they do, and if the 50-50 split in the Senate has been altered.
As of 3:00 this afternoon, Republican had won 48 Senate seats and Democrats 46. Six seats are still undecided. In Georgia, neither pro-Life Herschel Walker nor pro-abortion Raphael Warnock reached the 50% threshold to win the race outright, meaning they meet in a runoff on December 6.
In the House, Republicans had won 203 seats to 176 for Democrats. A majority is 218.
We’ll have more details tomorrow.