Tuesday, November 4, 2014

#WAARMedia Live Election Day Coverage: #Decision2014

#WAARMedia Covering #Decision2014
All day, from opening of polls until well after close, #WAARMedia, including #VitoandVito, will be covering #Decision2014 in America. Follow all of #WAARMedia on Twitter and Facebook for constant, non-stop updates and everything you need to know on Election Day.

Then, at 4pm until midnight, WAAR Radio brings you radio coverage, which you can click here to listen.

WAAR will also be streaming live video from Washington D.C. and New York City, which you can find here:

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This Tuesday, November 4, 2014, many U.S. citizens will have to make a decision that will impact the United States in great measures. For the GOP to flip the Senate, we need to win 6 seats. We dive into detail with many races across the U.S. but we wrote a few articles specifically talking about North Carolina's race between Kay Hagan and Thom Tillis, Colorado's race between Mark Udall and Cory Gardner, and Georgia's race between Michelle Nunn and David Perdue. These races are extremely tight and may decide which party controls the Senate.

Here are all the important races across America today:

 6 Safe Democrat Seats
1 Leans Democrat

3 Safe Republican Seats
3 Lean Republican

38 Total Safe/Not Up For Election Democrat Seats
42 Total Safe/Not Up For Election Republican Seats

GOP Needs 6 Seats to Flip The Senate!

Toss-Ups
Alaska: Mark Begich (D) v. Dan Sullivan (R)
Sullivan +3

Colorado: Mark Udall (D) v. Cory Gardner (R)
Gardner +4

Georgia: Michelle Nunn (D) v. David Perdue (R)
Perdue +.8

Iowa: Bruce Barley (D) v. Joni Ernst (R)
Ernst +7

Kansas: Greg Orman (I) v. Pat Roberts (R)
Orman +1

New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen (D) v. Scott Brown (R)
Shaheen +3.4

North Carolina: Kay Hagan (D) v. Thom Tillis (R)
Hagan +1.6

Virginia: Mark Warner (D) v. Ed Gillespie (R)
Warner +10

Louisiana: Mary Landrieu (D) v. Bill Cassidy (R) v. Rob Maness (R)
Cassidy +5.2 (Most likely will be a runoff to be held Dec. 6 between top 2 candidates)

Kentucky: Alison Lundergan Grimes (D) v. Mitch McConnell (R)
McConnell +5.5

Arkansas: Mark Pryor (D) v. Tom Cotton (R)
Cotton +7

Safe Democrat Seats
Illinois: Dick Durbin (D) +11.7 over Jim Oberweis (R)

Michigan: Gary Peters (D) +12.2 over Terri Lynn Land (R)

Minnesota: Al Franken (D) +10.5 over Mike McFadden (R)

New Jersey: Cory Booker (D) +15.6 over Jeff Bell (R)

New Mexico: Tom Udall (D) +11.5 over Allen Weh (R)

Oregon: Jeff Merkley (D) +17.5 over Monica Wehby (R)

Safe Republican Seats
Mississippi: Thad Cochran (R) +16.4 over Travis Childers (D)

South Dakota: Mike Rounds (R) +12 over Rick Weiland (D) and Larry Presler (I)

West Virginia: Shelley Moore Capito (R) +16.6 over Natalie Tennant (D)

Don't forget to vote!