The delayed election results are taking their toll on the Republican Party.
As the results trickle in, it is becoming painfully obvious that Republicans did even worse than expected.
After all the anticipation of hearing that Blake Masters would overcome his deficit, reality hit late Friday night.
The Arizona Senate race has been called… and Mark Kelly has defeated Blake Masters.
More than just a loss, this was yet another significant loss for Trump in a key race.
While there are still a decent amount of votes left out, the deficit for Masters is believed to be too big to make up with the remaining ballots.
This puts the Senate race at 49-49, with only two seats remaining.
The Georgia race, as we already know, will come down to a runoff election on December 6.
The only other outstanding race is the Nevada race.
Trump-backed Adam Laxalt is currently leading Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto 48.5 to 48.41 percent.
Laxalt has been sliding backward in the late balloting, leading many to believe that when the election is finalized, he too will probably fall.
He currently leads by about 900 votes.
If he does fall, Democrats will hold the Senate by virtue of the Kamala Harris tiebreaker regardless of how the Walker race pans out.
The House may also be in jeopardy as Democrats have flipped some races that Republicans expected to take.
The GOP is stuck on 211 seats, with the Dems now sitting at 201.
Republicans were expected to flip at least one seat in Nevada, but that did not happen, so projections are starting to go backward in terms of the majority that will be held.
Republicans must win seven of the remaining 23 seats available to take the House, but most of the outstanding seats are in Democrat-controlled states, so hopes are starting to dwindle.
Source: The Hill