Today’s read is from Tom Raabe at the American Spectator. Here’s a portion:
We’ll all be planted in front of our big screens on Tuesday night to watch election returns, hanging on every word, every prediction, every comment spoken … It’s all well and good, but deeply unsatisfying. We get the results in the no-brainer races early, true, but, for the close ones and, in this election cycle, the ones that will determine who runs Congress, it’s liable to be an excruciating four or five hours — or, who knows, four or five days — of waiting.
We’d like to know more, and we’d like to know it a lot earlier than we do now. We on the red team will know we’re having a rough night if these things happen: