Voters returned decidely mixed results from the nine propositions on the Nov. 2 ballot.
Massachusetts voters rejected the anti-incumbent, pro-Republican wave that swept much of the country on Tuesday.
That slogan did play a big role in killing us in the 2010 elections.
California Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate and state governor trounced their Republican contenders in what a month before the elections were considered toss-up races.
Like in other Midwestern states, Michigan Republicans reversed gains made by Democrats just two years ago, but labor activists here say they have lived to fight another day.
New York state is now a redder shade of blue, but Democrats and progressives were able to, for the most part, fend off here the red tide that engulfed much of the country.
The second largest delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives, already heavily leaning to the right, tilted drastically further on November 2.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka said as he wrapped up campaigning in Philadelphia on Election Day that voters "don't want to go back to the times when Wall Street controlled everything."
It's crunch time! The polls are open and today's the day to cast your vote for candidates who will fight for working families, not candidates funded by the corporations.
In the infamous video of the scene, one can actually hear the crunching as he stomps Valle repeatedly.