November 3rd, 2010
01:05 AM ET

Arizona Gov. Brewer keeps job; Toomey ousts Sestak

Projections are based on CNN analysis of exit poll data:

Arizona Republican incumbent Gov. Jan Brewer has won her bid for re-election in the gubernatorial race, CNN projects, beating out Democrat Terry Goddard.

Pennsylvania Republican candidate Pat Toomey has defeated Democratic Rep. Joe Sestak to win the Senate seat, CNN projects. The seat was vacated by Democratic Sen. Arlen Specter, who lost in the state's primary elections.

Iowa Democratic incumbent Gov. Chet Culver has won his bid for re-election in the gubernatorial race, CNN projects, beating out former Republican Gov. Terry Branstad.

Georgia Republican Nathan Deal has defeated Democrat Roy Barnes in the race for governor, CNN projects. Republican Gov. Sonny Perdue is term-limited.

Rhode Island Independent Lincoln Chafee has defeated Republican John Robitaille and Democrat Frank Caprio to win the race for governor, CNN projects. Republican Gov. Don Carcieri is term-limited.

Idaho Republican incumbent Gov. Butch Otter has won his bid for re-election in the gubernatorial race, CNN projects, beating out Democrat Keith Allred.

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  1. scott wright

    God bless Brewer and Toomey

    November 3, 2010 at 1:18 am | Report abuse |
  2. Tory

    It's going to be a Woderful Day today! The day America OFFICIALLY stands up to take back our Country from the Liberals who have squandered so much of our hard work and sweat. And one step closer to dismanteling the Welfare Machine that rewards those unwilling and able bodied people who refuse to pull their own weight !! Thankyou America! That makes it a little easier for me to get out of my cozy bed and face the realities and responsibilities, while others just roll over and sleep in, while I pay their way.

    November 3, 2010 at 1:19 am | Report abuse |
  3. George Vaccaro

    Why don't you display the real time graphic of the House of Representatives race like you do for the Senate and Governors races? It seems really strange that you don't have an on screen indicator for that like the other two races. Especially considering this is such an historic sweep.

    November 3, 2010 at 1:21 am | Report abuse |
  4. Peter Rose

    Wait, what were the Republican priorities again. Oh yeah, cut taxes, reduce the deficit and cut spending. Hmmm, I seem to remember, oh it was so long ago, that when the Reps were in charge government spending increased (love the $3 trillion for 2 unending wars), middle class taxes were higher and the deficit went through the roof! Yes, it's a great day in America. More slogans! More empty slogans! Hooray!

    November 3, 2010 at 9:55 am | Report abuse |
  5. Gordon

    In June 1995, Republican John Boehner the soon to be speaker of the house distributed campaign contributions from tobacco industry lobbyists on the House floor as House members were weighing how to vote on tobacco subsidies.

    Yeah you took back America and just handed it to Big Business.

    November 3, 2010 at 10:50 am | Report abuse |
  6. Cole

    Actually pete the Republicans have repeatedly said that they would not repeat the mistakes off the Bush era. and Obama Has spent sooooooooo much more the Bush did. and he has raised our taxes, to pay for his "health care reform" and stimulus package. the tax hikes begin next year i believe but dont Quote me on that.

    November 3, 2010 at 12:01 pm | Report abuse |
    • John

      Cole:

      That is blatantly false, for one. Bush claimed to be fiscally responsible and started two wars, both ill-planned and worse, one of which has had no reason for beginning in the first place (Where were those weapons of mass destruction again?). The worst part of it all is that thanks to the Republicans, especially Bush, Rove and Cheney, more than 5,000 of your fellow citizens will never return home, leaving wives and children without husbands and fathers, FOR NO REASON.

      How can you justify the deaths of 5,000 of your fellow citizens when there was no sense in their deaths? I know - by voting the party that got them killed back into power. This is why I will never vote republican (not that the democrats are great by any measure). This is why I am disgusted to see citizens disregard the 100,000 civilian deaths in Iraq alone. This is why I am disgusted with conservatism in America, especially republicans who claim to be 'more patriotic' than democrats.

      November 3, 2010 at 1:09 pm | Report abuse |
  7. Richard in Texas

    Cole. The tax hike you are talking about was designed into the Bush tax cut bill. The democrats wanted to stop it from happening but again the republicans are sticking to their plan. Just say no.

    November 3, 2010 at 1:31 pm | Report abuse |
  8. pw

    America belongs to the native americans. So what country are you taking back??

    November 3, 2010 at 5:09 pm | Report abuse |
  9. pw

    America belongs to the native americans. So what country are you taking back??. Just curious.

    November 3, 2010 at 5:19 pm | Report abuse |
  10. eunice

    "pw

    America belongs to the native americans. So what country are you taking back??"

    Well if America belongs to the native americans, why don't you guys fight back? Everyone wants to complain, including illegals and want someone else to fight for them? I forgot to include the Muslem americans. Fight for your beliefs yourselfs and stop expecting others to fight for you.

    November 5, 2010 at 11:11 am | Report abuse |