Let’s hear it for our women!


A record number of women will represent their states in the new U.S. Senate, CNN projects.

Democrat Heidi Heitkamp will win the Senate race in North Dakota, CNN projects, making a total of 20 women in the 100-seat chamber come January. She will be part of the 53-seat Democrat majority, with 45 Republicans and two independents.

Elizabeth Warren will be the first woman senator to represent Massachusetts, and Mazie Hirono will be the first female U.S. senator from Hawaii and the first Asian-American woman in the Senate.

Other women who won Tuesday night were Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri and Tammy Baldwin, who will represent Wisconsin.

Dig down at http://CNN.com/results to see how every state and county voted in all the presidential, Senate and House races.

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Hey, Teddy boy… Guess what

Hey Teddy, guess what:  Your seat in the Senate will very soon be back in Democratic hands!

President Barack Obama Victory Speech 2012: Election Remarks From Chicago Illinois


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Romney Will Concede at 12:55 AM

Mitt Romney has called the President and conceded the election. He will address the nation at 12:55 AM according to the latest report.