What Mark Halperin finds wondrous on Election Eve.

How little happened on Monday.

How much grittier and more populist Ted Strickland is than most other Democrats.

How calm Jerry Brown seemed to stay all year about his race.

How Democrats might have erred when they convinced some of their longer-serving incumbents to run for re-election.

How relatively little campaigning Number One surrogate Michelle Obama has done.

How the president spent his Monday (not campaigning).

How Joe Biden spent some of his Monday (in Delaware).

How clear the formula is: Rs net +68 House seats=the Senate flips too.

How much contempt elite Republicans have for Palin.

How little media Republicans such Boehner, Angle and Paul are doing – even as they are all on the precipice of fame and power.

How ambivalent Republicans are about a Rick Scott win in Florida.

Related Topics: Congress, Democratic Party, House, Midterm Elections, News, Republican Party, Senate, White House

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