More from us soon, friends, about the results of last night's elections.
In the meantime we wanted to point out a silver lining outcome from last night:
"The fight for control of New York's state Senate was too close to call hours after the polls closed.
With most precincts reporting in unofficial results, it appeared two Republican seats would switch to Democrats leaving the chamber tied 31-31. A new seat was too close to call.
It appeared Stephen Saland, a Republican from Poughkeepsie who voted to support gay marriage, would lose. And in Rochester, Democrat Ted O'Brien appeared to have defeated Sean Hanna. That seat had been held by another Republican who had voted for same-sex marriage..." -- AP