(CNN) - Democrat Chris Coons has beat out Tea Party-backed Republican nominee Christine O'Donnell in the race to fill Vice President Joe Biden's old U.S. Senate seat, CNN projects. Democratic Sen. Ted Kaufman, who replaced Biden, is retiring. Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data.
I loved Wolf Blitzer's comment .... the woman who says she's not a witch isn't a senator either.
Can we get a shot of Sarah Palin scraping the egg off of her face at O'Donnell's concession spell . . . oops, I mean speech.
Ian a prolife radical tea party patriot life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. These republicans are in office sea trial basis if they don't do what americans want then comes 2012
Well, for the next 6 years he will have to combat the effects of the spell of "newt and dragon's teeth" after defeating Christine O'Donnell.
Some voters realize that their livelihoods is not a game. Voting for candidates just to spite the other will affect them also.
Delaware voters know this and voted accordingly. Some voted to spite President Obama, who is trying to help the middle
class. But he is still President and middle class voters who voted for spite will feel the effects of republican obstruction.