On Tuesday night, WBEZ and wbez.org went wall-to-wall with coverage of the 2010 mid-term elections. Our web traffic was through the roof (highest ever) and our on-air programming was outstanding.You want to see what it looked like in a snappy video produced and edited by Samuel Vega?
Got much delayed by some self-inflicted computer problems but here's hoping that's solved now.So far, no surprises. All the elections that have been called have gone the way they were supposed to. For instance, the South Carolina race for U.S.
Senate Democrats are hoping to hold on to a slim majority as the first results from the day's 37 races begin to emerge.Whether Republicans can pick up the 10 seats they need to take over the Senate is a drama that could extend into the early morning, when results from several tight West Coast races
The seismic event driving the 2010 midterm elections has triggered a tsunami: Republicans have swept to control of the House of Representatives.That's the biggest story so far in a turbulent election that followed a volatile and intensely negative political campaign season.Results so far show a deci