The red tsunami predicted by pollsters and pundits for the 2022 midterms had not yet arrived by the time watchers went to bed on Tuesday night, with some of the most closely watched midterm races still too close to call.
As dawn broke on the East Coast, neither party could definitively claim control of Congress.
House seats in New York and California were still undecided, as were Senate seats in Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, and Nevada. As dawn broke on the East Coast, neither party could definitively claim control of Congress.
In Georgia's Senate contest, Democratic Sen.
Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker, both former professional football players, had not yet reached the 50% mark required to avoid a runoff.
The competition would take place next month.
In other high-profile contests, Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman narrowly defeated Republican television personality Dr. Mehmet Oz in the Pennsylvania Senate campaign.
In Ohio, Republican J.D. Vance defeated Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan. In Florida, Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis easily defeated Charlie Crist, while Republican Sen.