November 6, 2018 6:25 PM HomePoliticsElection Night Open Thread 11.6.2018 Election Night Open Thread 11.6.2018 By Lawton Sack Politics 19 Comments Y’all don’t make The Deep Dark mad. Election Results Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related About Author lawtonsack Lawton is a graduate of Georgia Southern University (the GSU) with a degree in Information Technology. He has held numerous positions within the Georgia Republican Party throughout the years. Subscribe Login Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments Please login to comment 19 Comments Oldest Newest Inline Feedbacks View all comments chamblee54 1 year ago Maybe you should say not to make deep dark madder. Admin TheDeepDark 1 year ago Reply to chamblee54 It’s not mad… it’s dissappointed. Pete Gibbons 1 year ago Did we win? Benevolus 1 year ago Georgia Secretary of State and Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp received a voter card that said “invalid” when he tried to vote on Election Day. https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/415346-kemps-voter-card-said-invalid-when-he-tried-to-vote Noway2016 1 year ago Any gov numbers yet? Sally Forth 1 year ago Reply to Noway2016 Here ya go https://results.enr.clarityelections.com/GA/91639/Web02-state.216038/#/ Benevolus 1 year ago Lot’s of Kemp news tonight: A federal lawsuit filed Tuesday evening is seeking an emergency court order to prevent Georgia Secretary of State and Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp from overseeing the count of his own election. https://www.axios.com/lawsuit-prevent-kemp-oversee-georgia-election-count-f990a91f-3960-48bb-a535-93ca0dca8bad.html The emergency legal papers were filed at 5 PM today on behalf of five Georgia voters: LaTosha Brown, Jennifer N. Ide and Katharine Wilkinson of Fulton County, Candace Fowler of Dekalb County, and Chalis Montgomery of Barrow County. They are represented in the matter by the nonpartisan nonprofit Protect Democracy, former United States Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia Michael J.… Read more » drjay 1 year ago FWIW, I’m still in line to vote, and I’d say there are an hour of folks behind me… Will Durant 1 year ago Reply to drjay Fulton County? Ellynn 1 year ago Reply to Will Durant He’s west Chatham. I’m guessing the 7-11 Seventh Day Adv. It was running 2 hour plus prior to 4:30. http://www.wtoc.com/2018/11/06/chatham-co-polling-places-see-long-lines-possible-voting-issues/ drjay 1 year ago Reply to Ellynn 7-7 rothwell Baptist in pooler…took 4 hours Ellynn 1 year ago Reply to drjay How many machines down? drjay 1 year ago Reply to Ellynn One of the poll workers is the mother of a friend of mine, she said they had 10, but 2 were “taken away” so there were 8 active Will Durant 1 year ago SoS results site is intermittent at best. downthemiddle 1 year ago Reply to Will Durant Election is about what I expected. I figured Stacy would get drilled but not as badly as she apparently is…although it probably tightens. (Noways 5% is probably it!) The House is going democrat as expected but Repubs pick up 3 or 4 in Senate which is huge. No red wave, no blue wave. I guess if the dems had lost the House we would have had riots, pink hat brigades and more hatred than we have seen the last 2 years….Since they can put their snouts in the Washington trough they will be a bit more civil and try to… Read more » downthemiddle 1 year ago Reply to downthemiddle DTM might have counted a few chickens too quickly…Abrams is making this pretty darn close….ruh roh George!! Will Durant 1 year ago 2:15 AM and no one in the Governor’s race is budging with 2,435 of 2,634 precincts completed. There is still a possibility of a runoff at this point though Trump has already made his congratulatory call. Highlight so far for me is the Confederate city of Eagle’s Landing will not be. Woodall lost until 1:00 AM and then “whoops we had a data error” and now Woodall is ahead. The 6th CD has only a 1,000 vote spread with 20K absentee and provisionals to go. On the national front the projections are D+33 in the House which is no surprise… Read more » downthemiddle 1 year ago Hardly a blue wave. Not a red wave either. Better than most midterm elections if you are a conservative, especially in the Senate. The gains in the Senate are huge. Hopefully everyone will tone it down. At least we don’t have to see dem mobs and riots had they lost the House. Act like adults and do your job. Cut the hate. If anything the dems blew it with the Kavanaugh Fiasco. And I am ready to see the false accusers go to prison where they belong. davidmac 1 year ago Reply to downthemiddle DTM, not a blue wave in terms of what matters for government, I agree – but Andrew’s point about the popular vote is also important. What it means is that the GOP enjoys a structural advantage due to population distribution and, to a lesser extent, gerrymandering brought about after the 2010 census. GOP holding the OH-Gov is significant to preserve those gerrymandering advantages for them in that state. In terms of the population of this nation, 9% is huge – but because of the abovementioned structure, the Senate and House are still more conservative than the population they represent.