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>> Every single vote.>> The races in Florida and Georgia were seen as a test of whether liberal candidates can prevail in Southern states by appealing to a correlation of young and minority voters.
They thought that he had this in the bag, and truthfully the opinion polls really got this one wrong. Andrew Gillum was leading in almost every public opinion poll taken since the primary into election night, and yet clearly did not actually pull out a victory. And I think there are some questions for Democrats, both in Florida and beyond.
This is the state that is the largest of the states that will swing back and forth between the parties in presidential elections yet it looks to be under completely unified Republican control.>> In Georgia's hotly contested race by early Wednesday, Stacey Abrams trailed Brian Kemp, the state's secretary of state, but it was still too close to call.
Kemp oversaw voting in Georgia, which was widely condemned Tuesday for voting irregularities. Abrams vowed to stay in the race.>> And I promise you tonight we are gonna make sure that every vote is counted.>>
However, there were notable pickups, the Democrats flipped the the Governor's seat in Michigan, in Kansas Trump ally Chris Commack fell short and Democrats ushered in a first in Colorado where Jared Pulish will be the nation's first openly gay governor. And a big win in Wisconsin, Democrat Tony Evers pulled of a narrow victory over the incumbent Scott Walker, denying him a third term.
Winning state-level power has huge ramifications. It can help either party support or resist Trump's agenda on issues such as health care, gun control, and gay rights. And in some states a governor's power to sign or veto congressional maps could decide the chamber's partisan balance.