Morning Ledes

Today: “A resounding victory for Republicans on elections night, a disappointing outcome for Democrats following a bruising campaign season for sure.”

GMA: “One thing is very clear, the voters who demanded change in 2008 have chosen change again.”

Early Show: “Campaign 2010 proved to be an historic election for the Republican Party, and a decisive defeat for President Obama and many of his fellow Democrats.”

What the newspapers are writing:

NYT: “A Republican resurgence, propelled by deep economic worries and a forceful opposition to the Democratic agenda of health care and government spending, delivered defeats to House Democrats …”

WSJ: “In a major consolation, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid fended off a challenge from a tea-party backed Republican candidate, Sharron Angle, helping Democrats retain control of the Senate.”

Washington Post: “Republicans recaptured control of the House and made gains in the Senate on Tuesday night, in a major rebuff of President Obama and the Democrats.”

USA Today: “The voter coalition that elected President Obama and fortified Democratic congressional ranks just two years ago — independents, women, young people, blue-collar workers and more — fractured in the midterm elections Tuesday …”

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