According to the Washington Post, the GOP’s takeover of the Senate is far from a done-deal:
As campaign season heads into its final weeks, some wild cards are on the table in states where the GOP had been expecting easy victories on its way to gaining six seats and taking control of the Senate.
Election Day may not resolve things, either. If the balance stays as even as it appears now, the question of which party holds a Senate majority may not be settled until the last ballots are counted — and perhaps recounted — in far-flung precincts of Alaska. Or maybe until runoff elections that could happen as late as January.