November 3rd, 2010
12:13 AM ET
4 years ago

In Arizona: CNN projects Republican Gov. win

(CNN) - Republican incumbent Gov. Jan Brewer has won her bid for re-election in Arizona's gubernatorial race, CNN projects, beating out Democrat Terry Goddard. Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data.


Filed under: 2010 • Arizona • Jan Brewer • The Latest Calls
November 3rd, 2010
12:09 AM ET
4 years ago

In California: CNN projects Democratic Gov. win

(CNN) - Former Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown has defeated Republican Meg Whitman in the race for California governor, CNN projects. Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is term-limited. Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data.


Filed under: California • Jerry Brown • Meg Whitman • The Latest Calls
November 3rd, 2010
12:02 AM ET
4 years ago

Democrats keep control of the Senate, CNN projects

(CNN) – Democrats narrowly clung to their Senate majority Tuesday, staving off Republican wins in several key states, CNN projected, based on its analysis of exit poll data.

Republicans made significant headway, riding a wave of voter discontent to gain at least six Senate seats. But they fell short in their bid to oust Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, CNN projected.
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Filed under: 2010 • The Latest Calls
November 3rd, 2010
12:00 AM ET
4 years ago

In California: CNN projects Democratic Sen. win


(CNN) - Democratic incumbent Sen. Barbara Boxer has won a fourth term in the Senate, CNN projects, beating out GOP nominee Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and adviser to John McCain's presidential campaign in 2008. Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data.


Filed under: 2010 • Barbara Boxer • California • Carly Fiorina • The Latest Calls
November 2nd, 2010
11:04 PM ET
4 years ago

In South Carolina: CNN projects Republican Gov. win

(CNN) – Republican Nikki Haley has defeated Democrat Vincent Sheheen in the race for South Carolina governor, CNN projects. Republican Gov. Mark Sanford is term-limited. Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data.

November 2nd, 2010
10:58 PM ET
4 years ago

In Wisconsin: CNN projects Republican Sen. win

(CNN) - Republican businessman Ron Johnson has won the Wisconsin Senate race, CNN projects, ending Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold's bid for a fourth term. Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data.


Filed under: The Latest Calls
November 2nd, 2010
10:40 PM ET
4 years ago

In New Mexico: CNN projects Republican Gov. win

(CNN) - Republican Susana Martinez has defeated Democratic Lt. Gov. Diane Denish in the race for New Mexico governor, CNN projects. Democratic Gov. Bill Richardson is term-limited. Martinez becomes the nation’s first female Hispanic Governor. Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data.


Filed under: New Mexico • Susana Martinez • The Latest Calls
November 2nd, 2010
10:06 PM ET
4 years ago

In Louisiana: CNN projects Republican Sen. win

(CNN) - Republican incumbent Sen. David Vitter has won his bid for re-election to a second term as Louisiana senator, CNN projects, beating out conservative Democratic Rep. Charlie Melancon. Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data.


Filed under: 2010 • Charlie Melancon • David Vitter • Louisiana • The Latest Calls
November 2nd, 2010
10:04 PM ET
4 years ago

In Missouri: CNN projects Republican Sen. win

(CNN) - Republican Rep. Roy Blunt has won the Missouri Senate seat left vacated by retiring Republican Sen. Kit Bond, CNN projects. Blunt defeated Democrat Robin Carnahan, the secretary of state with a family history in Missouri politics. Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data.


Filed under: 2010 • Missouri • Robin Carnahan • Roy Blunt • The Latest Calls
November 2nd, 2010
10:03 PM ET
4 years ago

In Arizona: CNN projects Republican Sen. win

(CNN) - Republican incumbent Sen. John McCain has defeated Democrat Rodney Glassman in Arizona's Senate race, CNN projects. Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data.


Filed under: Arizona • John McCain • The Latest Calls
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