Moments prior to the conclusion of the Iowa Senate race, two Tweets were posted of photos taken minutes apart that gave the election results a face. National Review’s Benny Johnson snapped a couple photos at the Iowa DNC event before finding a drastically different event with the GOP crowd:Capture

Nothing shows how much Republicans were heard this year like the results for Senate seats – Republicans won elections in the following states:

  • Kentucky – McConnell 56% Grimes 41%
  • South Carolina – Graham 55%  Hutto 38%
  • Arkansas – Cotton 56% Pryor 44%
  • Nebraska – Sasse 65% Domina 31%
  • South Dakota – Rounds 52% Weiland 28%
  • Texas – Cornyn 62% Alameel 34%
  • Colorado – Gardner 51% Udall 44%
  • Mississippi – Cochran 59% Childers 39%
  • Alabama – Sessions (uncontested)
  • Tennesse – Alexander 62% Ball 32%
  • West Virginia – Capito 62% Tennant 34%
  • Wyoming – Enzi 72% Hardy 18%
  • Montana – Daines 57% Curtis 41%
  • Maine – Collins 68% Bellows 32%
  • Georgia – Perdue 53%Nunn 45%
  • Idaho – Risch Mitchell 65% 35%
  • North Carolina – Tillis 49% Hagan 47%
  • Iowa – Ernst 52% Braley 44%
  • Oklahoma – Inhofe 68% Silverstein 29%
  • Kansas – Roberts 53% Orman 43%

It appears as though Democrats have not lived up to their promises for vast changes and improvements, and America has finally spoken out about it. The President’s approval rating has spiraled as more Americans lose their health insurance plans, the workforce participation rate hits historic lows, and foreign relations stumble along.

However, controlling the Senate is a great responsibility for Republicans that now lead all of Congress. The White House appears ripe for the taking in 2016, but only if the GOP can actually produce results instead of lip-service.

Courtesy of IJ Review

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