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  Obama wins battleground Ohio  CNN projects that Barack Obama will win Ohio, a key battleground state with 20 electoral votes   Democrats secure sweeping win  U.S. Senate: Democrats have gained the final seat in the battle for the Senate, sealing their mid-term victory in both houses Democrats to control Senate   U.S. Senate: Democrats appear to have won the final seat needed to take control of the Senate   Democrats seize control of House
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B. 2016-11-08 Trump wins presidency USA
2. 2014-12-06 Republican Louisiana victory boosts Senate majority Louisiana
D. 2011-02-22 Emanuel elected mayor of Chicago Chicago
E. 2010-09-14 Tea party candidate wins Delaware Delaware, USA, Mid-Atlantic states
2008-11-04 Barack Obama wins presidential election Washington
G. 2008-11-04 Obama wins battleground Ohio Ohio
7. 2006-11-09 Democrats secure sweeping win U.S. Senate
8. 2006-11-08 Democrats to control Senate U.S. Senate
9. 2006-11-07 Democrats seize control of House USA

Republican Louisiana victory boosts Senate majority   Republicans have increased their majority in the Senate after a runoff from the mid-term ended in defeat for the Democrats in Louisiana Emanuel elected mayor of Chicago  Former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel has been elected in the most competitive city hall election in more than two decades Tea party candidate wins Delaware   Mid-Atlantic states: Conservative activist Christine O'Donnell has won an upset victory over longtime Congressman Mike Castle in Republican Senate primary   Barack Obama wins presidential election
Trump wins presidency

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  He is projected to win key states of Ohio, N. Carolina and Florida. Clinton is projected to win Virginia and Northeastern states
 Republicans have kept control of both the Senate and House

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  Washington: As polls closed on the West coast, the senator was projected to receive enough electoral votes to pass the 270-vote threshold
  Obama is projected to win California, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii and Virginia. Democratic Senator says 'change has come to America', after being elected the first black president of the United States

year 2006 Top ^

  The Dems has won control of the House of Representatives in the mid-term elections. Senate hangs on 2 races.    The Democrats had picked up the 15 seats needed to wrest power. The Democratic Party focused on voters' anger over the Iraq, while the Republicans ...

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.2 Senate chief Daschle loses seat
  U.S. Senate: The Democrats' leader has lost his South Dakota seat to Republican John Thune Lynch elected as Governor   New Hampshire: A businessman and Democratic Party politician, John Lynch was defeating Republican incumbent Craig Benson by a narrow margin

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Oct.7   Davis out, Schwarzenegger wins
  California: Electorate recalls Democratic Gov. and choose actor-turned-politician as the state's next governor

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Nov.5 Congress falls to Republicans
  House of Representatives: Republicans to hold onto control of the House, apparently win in 2 gubernatorial races and closer toward control of Senate

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Nov.6 Bloomberg wins mayoral race  New York: Republican billionaire defeated Democrat Green after receiving the endorsement of exiting Giuliani

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Dec.13   Gore conceded race
  Washington: Republican Bush addressed the nation as the president-elect from the House chamber of the Texas Nov.7   Closest Presidential election
  Washington: Bush's slim lead in Florida leads to automatic recount in that state.    Democratic candidate Al Gore received more popular votes but fewer electoral votes than Republican candidate George W. Bush. Supreme Court in Bush...

before year 2000
Nov. 4, 1980 Ronald Reagan defeating incumbent Jimmy Carter
  Washington: The presidential campaign between Reagan and President Jimmy Carter was conducted during domestic concerns and the ongoing Iran hostage crisis

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