I obviously don't have the energy to liveblog the election results, but I did see/read/hear two interesting things just now.
The first was RNC chair Ken Mehlman talking about how he didn't think Virginia Sen. George "Macaca" Allen was being trailed as closely by his Democratic opponent, Jim Webb, because Webb was strongest in the northern Virginia precincts and those had already been counted. According to CNN, here are only the counties/cities (because cities of a certain population are considered independent of their counties) in Virginia that hadn't yet finished counting at the time Mehlman said that: Arlington, city of Charlottesville, Fairfax, city of Fairfax, Gloucester, city of Harrisonburg, Isle of Wight, Loudoun, city of Martinsville, Prince Edward, city of Richmond, city of Virginia Beach, and city of Waynesboro.
I'll give you a second to click on the links and get acquainted with where those places are. Got all that? OK then.
The other thing I found whilst surfing around CNN.com was this story about an Ohio congresswoman basically absolving herself of responsibility for the mess in Iraq.
If I don't post again before tomorrow morning, good night, and good luck . . .