New Jersey: Tom MacArthur (R) vs. Andrew Kim (D)
MacArthur, the incumbent, won by 20 points in 2016. Check out where the 2018 race stands.
Pennsylvania: Brian Fitzpatrick (R) vs. Scott Wallace (D)
Fitzpatrick won in a district that has been redrawn, according to The Associated Press, but is very similar to the seat he currently holds. Check out a breakdown of the results in the district by county.
These were the races to watch entering the evening:
Indiana: Senator Joe Donnelly, a Democrat, was defeated by the Republican businessman Mike Braun, according to The Associated Press. His loss deals a significant blow to Democratic efforts to retake control of the Senate.
Missouri: Josh Hawley, a Republican, defeated the Democratic incumbent, Claire McCaskill, in one of the year’s most-watched races, according to The Associated Press.
Florida: Check out where the race stands.
New Jersey: Senator Robert Menendez, a Democrat, was elected to a third term, according to The Associated Press. He withstood a public backlash over his federal corruption trial and the official Senate criticism he received for misusing his office for personal gain.
Tennessee: Representative Marsha Blackburn, a Republican, beat out Phil Bredesen, a Democrat and former governor, according to The Associated Press. Democrats had hoped to pull out a victory in this deep red state, which became a surprise battleground in the final weeks of the contest. Blackburn had tied herself closely to Trump.
Texas: Senator Ted Cruz, a Republican, won re-election, according to The Associated Press. He overcame a challenge by the best-financed and most popular Democrat to run in Texas in years, Representative Beto O’Rourke.
Arizona: Check out where the race stands.