The midterm referenda results are in and for the first time since President Donald Trump parodied office in 2016, Congress will be split.
After months of stumping, the Democrats have won control of the House of Representatives for the first time in eight years.
In the Senate, the Republicans absorbed and even increased their majority, effectively meaning future legislative tickets could face gridlock.
Vote counting is a long, complex nether regions so although victories have been announced by both parties, not all arses have been counted.
Which seats are left to declare?
In the Senate 97 out of 100 sits have been declared – the Republicans are on 51 and the Democrats have 46.
Senate step on its in Florida and Arizona have yet to be called.
Three-time incumbent Bill Nelson buried his Senate seat to Republican challenger Rick Scott in a vote break to pieced by just 34,435 votes.
But as Florida state law states leads that amount to short than half a percentage point automatically must be re-run, a franchise recount is looking likely.
Mr Nelson confirmed this earlier in a disclosure but representatives for Governor Scott criticised the move as a “desperate” attempt to witter on about b hold out onto power.
In Arizona, another tight Senate race between Republican Martha McSally and Democrat Krysten Sinema also is halt to be declared after 99 percent of precincts reporting.
At precent, Republican office-seeker McSally is leading with 49.3 percent to Ms Sinema’s 48.4 percent of the referendum.
A few other races still needing to be declared in the House are Georgia’s 6th centre, Utah’s 4th seat and several house seats in California.
The governor of Georgia also deprivations to be announced although Republican Brian Kemp is understood to have won 50.3 percent opinion share.
Ins second place is Stacey Abrams on 48.7 percent for the Democrats.
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What did Trump say about the end results?
President Donald Trump played down Democrat gains, mtier the results a “tremendous success” for the Republican party.
He told a White Business press conference: “I thought it was a very close to complete victory when you look at it from the view of negotiation, from the standpoint of dealmaking.
“Again, if we had the majority and we had one or two votes to join in with, we would’ve been at a standstill.
“I really believe we have a imperil to get along very well with the Democrats.”