– Republicans have taken control of the house of Representatives.
– Current House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy was voted as leader of the House Republican conference, and will be the next speaker of the House.
– GOP Senators voted Mitch McConnell leader 37-10 over Tim Scott.
– Republicans voted Steve Scalise as House Majority Leader after serving as House Republican Whip for 8 years, and elected Tom Emmer as the new House Whip.
– Post-election votes for GOP leadership positions took place on 11/15 and 11/16, despite a letter signed by 60 conservatives requesting that GOP lawmakers delay the GOP leadership elections until after all elections are complete (a runoff is pending in the Georgia election to decide the final Senate seat, and control of the Senate).
Seats that are on the ballot in 2022:
35 Senate seats:
(14 D, 21 R) -Result—–> 14 D, 20 R, 1 pending*
435 House seats:
(220 D, 212 R) -Result—–> 210 D, 218 R, 4 pending*
36 Governor seats:
(16 D, 20 R) -Result—–> (18 D, 18 R)*
30 Attorney General seats:
(16 D, 14 R) -Result—–> (15 D, 14 R, 1 pending)*
35 Secretary of State seats:
(20 D, 27 R) -Result—–> (20 D, 26 R, 1 pending)*
70 State Supreme Court seats:
(17 D majority states, 26 R, 9 split) -Result—–> (16 D majority states, 27 R, 9 split)*
* ‘Official’ counts are not real counts. See anomalies below.
Crowdsourced Alleged Anomalies:
- Independent running against Schumer in NY had 25,000 votes disappear
- Nevada cameras go dark 6 hours overnight
- 26,000 votes disappear for Herschel Walker in GA
- Delaware County, PA ballots taken into a closed building for 6 hours
- Maricopa election results delayed for days
- Maricopa ballot printing blotchy / unreadable by scanners
- Election workers in St. Louis and New York trained in signature matching, ignoring ID laws
- Video of mules dropping off many ballots at a time in Maricopa County, again
- More votes than population in a city in New Hampshire
- Election machines report more votes than ballots in two Virginia precincts
- Imbalanced overnight dumps in multiple states
- ‘Vote spikes’ in Georgia race