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It wasn't a good a night for Democrats. Plus, more takeaways from the midterm elections. We'll be adding as final results come in.

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Kentucky's McConnell is virtually assured of achieving his dream of leading a Republican-controlled Senate.

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Nebraska, South, Dakota and Arkansas hiked their minimum wage over the federal rate.

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Stefanik is 30 years old. Holtzman was 31.

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Oregon makes three, and Alaska makes four. Plus D.C.

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She's also the first black Republican woman elected to Congress.

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Joni Ernst and Shelley Moore Capito are in. Kay Hagan is out.

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President Obama won 60 percent of the youth vote in 2012, but just 54 percent voted for Democratic House candidates this year, according to exit polls.

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Obama's 44-point margin with Latinos in 2012 shrunk to a 27-point advantage for Democrats in 2014, according to exit polls.

Graphics by Alejandra Aristizabal & Gabriella Penuela

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