Tennessee 8: D: Roy Herron, 37 percent; R: Stephen Fincher, 47 percent
Washington 3: D: Denny Heck, 40 percent; R: Jaime Herrera, 42 percent
Arkansas 1: D: Chad Causey, 34 percent; R: Rick Crawford, 46 percent
Wisconsin 7: D: Julie Lassa, 35 percent; R: Sean Duffy, 44 percent
Illinois 10: D: Dan Seals, 49 percent; R: Robert Dold, 37 percent
Hawaii 1: D: Colleen Hanabusa, 41 percent, R: Charles Djou, 45 percent
Pennsylvania 7: D: Bryan Lentz, 39 percent, R: Patrick Meehan, 40 percent
New Hampshire 2: D: Ann Kuster, 42 percent R: Charlie Bass, 45 percent
Michigan 1: D: Gary McDowell, 39 percent R: Dan Benishek, 42 percent
West Virginia 1: D: Mike Oliverio, 42 percent; R: David McKinley, 39 percent
These are all largely good results for the GOP, although I’m sure they wish they had larger leads in several of these.
Illinois 10 is Mark Kirk’s old seat; that one was always Democrat-heavy and going to be tough to keep in an open seat race. Similar deal for West Virginia’s 1st District. Djou’s lead is perhaps the most substantial surprise.
My guess is that Ace’s Ewok will write another love letter to Sean Duffy before the day is through.