All of your regular online resources will be overwhelmed, so hang out with me and your favorite food or beverage. I'll post something that breaks news, irregularly, once in awhile.
For the obsessive-compulsive in you (and me), keep an eye on the Twitter feed, top right, and the blog feed, also in the column on the right but below the 'endorsements'. Those will be coming off shortly after the polls close in most of Texas -- looking at you, El Paso -- and Stan Stanart is (supposed) to have the mail and early voting results up on HarrisVotes.com.
The news on the corporate media at the moment has to do with some concerns about all the troubles Georgians are having in trying to vote. But that's also true across the country. It just may affect her race more than others.
Meanwhile, here's a good piece on how seriously to take those exit polls, which we should be getting some results from in short order.
More below here throughout the evening.
Update 1: About 7:30 p.m. Central
Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly is losing, fairly badly. In Florida, Ron DeSantis has pulled ahead of Andrew Gillum and Rick Scott noses in front of Bill Nelson, with 91% counted. In Kansas, Kris Kobach is losing his bid for the governorship.
In Texas, early returns look good for Beto O'Rourke, Gina Ortiz Jones, and all of the Dallas County Democrats. Harris County returns are delayed due to a judge's decree holding some polls open late because they opened late this morning.
As of 7:30 p.m., most of the big counties are in except for El Paso and Harris:— Texas Election Source (@TXElects) November 7, 2018
SEN: O'Rourke 50.5, Cruz 48.9
GOV: Abbott 54-45
LTGOV: Patrick 49.3, Collier 48.8
AG: Nelson 49.4, Paxton 48.4
AGRIC: Miller 49.4, Olson 48.5
Update 2: About 9:20 p.m.
There are a lot of racists in Florida. Georgia is looking grim for Stacy Abrams.
All of the US Senate races for Democrats are a nightmare. The House is still moving toward a flip.
Harris County and Fort Bend are blue, with much of Election Day tallies still to count. But it appears that there will remain no statewide D elected, although so many came so close.
Update 3: 11:30 p.m.
He needed to revitalize one of the weakest Dem state parties in the country; reverse demographic voting trends in one cycle; coattails for down ballot; and defeat a savvy incumbent in a very red state. He appears to have pulled off all of but the last.— Justin Miller (@by_jmiller) November 7, 2018
Ed Emmett did not hunker down low enough.
Harris County's blue wave washes out county judge, district clerk, county clerk, county treasurer and all GOP judges on the ballot.— Matt Schwartz (@SchwartzChron) November 7, 2018
I'll have more tomorrow morning.