The DCCC spent heavily in an unusually large number of races across the country and faced deep-pocketed opponents in GOP outside groups.
The Republican's transition team says his finance commissioner will be investment company chairman Stuart McWhorter, who was Lee's campaign finance chairman.
Nelson's path to victory was cut off earlier Sunday when the results of a hand recount of the state's votes left Scott, the state's two-term governor, with a 10,033-vote advantage.
Speaking with MSNBC's Joy Reid on "AM Joy," Abrams criticized Kemp's actions as secretary of state in the lead up to the election when asked by Reid whether she considered the result to be legitimate.
Democrat Stacey Abrams is considering an unprecedented legal challenge in the unresolved Georgia governor's race that could leave the state's Supreme Court deciding whether to force another round of voting.
Senator Lindsey Graham and acting Attorney General Whitaker met Thursday as a bipartisan group of senators pushes legislation to protect Mueller’s job.
U.S. District Judge Steve Jones ruled late Wednesday that the secretary of state must confirm that each county's vote tally includes absentee ballots on which the voter's date of birth is missing or incorrect.
From pro-Trump protesters to swarming lawyers to paper jams, the latest ballot counting isn't making the Sunshine State look any better than the last one.
The Stacey Abrams campaign is not backing down or conceding in the race for governor, by demanding that every vote is counted and continuing to take legal action.
A local attorney says there's no doubt that all eyes are on Abrams and Kemp, but it's the third candidate on the ballot, Ted Metz, who is somewhat responsible for a divide in votes.
In 1983, Marsy Nicholas was killed by her ex-boyfriend, and a week later her parents ran into the accused murderer in the grocery store. Marsy's family had no idea the man was out on bail.
As voters cast ballots for governor, U.S. Senate and members of Congress in Tuesday's elections, AP VoteCast found that slightly more than half of Tennessee voters said the country is on the right track.
The president also called the night a "tremendous success" for his party as the GOP cemented its grip on the Senate, although Democrats seized the House.
The incumbents for Districts 28 and 30 did not seek re-election, so the winners of these races will be newcomers to the Tenn. House of Representatives.
"Democracy failed in Georgia," she said of a race marred by allegations of discrimination affecting African-Americans.
Bredesen is described as a moderate Democrat with an independent streak and is in a very tight race with his opponent Republican Marsha Blackburn.
Republican Marsha Blackburn is banking on the president, whom she's embraced and has campaigned for her, to fend off the former Democratic governor.
The president said Democrat Stacey Abrams would take the state 'backwards' in comments that came during a dispute over alleged attempted vote hacking.