Real Clear Politics says that Democrats will pick up 19 seats (slightly less than the 25 they predicted earlier).
Andrew Sullivan wonders about the turnout among young voters.
Don Imus voted for Eliot Spitzer.
Lincoln Chafee in Rhode Island smells some hypocrisy in Bill Clinton’s attacks on his position on Iraq.
Ben gets his hands on an unusual ad from John Spencer.
If Democrats win today, they’ll owe a lot to organized labor, says TNR.
Mystery Pollster has a history of exit polls, which or may not be available today.
BlueJersey has some early (and partisan) exit poll numbers, with Bob Menendez leading Tom Kean, Jr.
Tom Reynolds and his opponent are not campaigning much today.
For poll numbers on some of the closets races, and a steady, late-into-the-evening Politicker feed, check out the Observer’s action-packed homepage.
And pictured above, from the Wall Street Journal’s blog about blogs, is the ballot Connecticut voters are seeing today, which has Joe Lieberman listed all the way at the bottom.
– Azi Paybarah