Unfortunately I think that’s true. When the results first started coming in, things weren’t looking too bad. Rs had flipped ND, MO and IN. But then Cruz barely held off a challenge from a loud and proud leftist, Nevada was lost, probably for good, and now it looks as though Arizona is going to be won by another loud and proud leftist.
And that’s not even getting into the number of House seats lost in suburban districts that had been voting R, including some losses in ruby red districts (like the one Mark Sanford represented) as well as the near wipe out in the rust belt.
Only Ohio went fairly well for Rs, plus Kim Reynolds managed to win for Governor.
As others have stated, it’s scary the Florida Senate and especially governor’s races were even that close to begin with, along with Georgia.
Gillum and Abrams are very far left.