With the election tomorrow, it is time for a final forecast of the closest races. Projections for the most competitive Senate races are listed below, as well as a few gubernatorial races. Each of these races have been closely followed throughout the campaign season. Links to past articles about a specific race are provided when available, with the most recent article listed first. Note that an asterisk next to a candidate indicates an incumbent Senator.
Alaska: Joe Miller (R) v. Lisa Murkowski* (I) v. Scott McAdams (D)
Projected Winner: Joe Miller (R)
California: Barbara Boxer* (D) v. Carly Fiorina (R)
California Gubernatorial: Jerry Brown (D) v. Meg Whitman (R)
Projected Winner: Jerry Brown (D) Past Article #1
Colorado: Ken Buck (R) v. Michael Bennet* (D)
Connecticut: Richard Blumenthal (D) v. Linda McMahon (R)
Projected Winner: Richard Blumenthal (D) Past Article #1
Delaware: Chris Coons (D) v. Christine O’Donnell (R)
Projected Winner: Chris Coons (D) Past Article #1
Florida: Marco Rubio (R) v. Charlie Crist (I) v. Kendrick Meek (D)
Projected Winner: Marco Rubio (R)
Florida Gubernatorial: Alex Sink (D) v. Rick Scott (R)
Georgia Gubernatorial: Nathan Deal (R) v. Roy Barnes (D)
Illinois: Mark Kirk (R) v. Alexi Giannoulias (D)
Kentucky: Jack Conway (D) v. Rand Paul (R)
Nevada: Sharron Angle (R) v. Harry Reid* (D)
Pennsylvania: Pat Toomey (R) v. Joe Sestak (D)
Washington: Patty Murray* (D) v. Dino Rossi (R)
Projected Winner: Patty Murray (D) Past Article #1
West Virginia: John Raese (R) v. Joe Manchin (D)
Projected Winner: Joe Manchin (D) Past Article #1
Wisconsin: Russ Feingold* (D) v. Ron Johnson (R)
Projected Winner: Ron Johnson (R) Past Article #1
Senate Projection: 48 Republican Senators and 52 Democratic Senators (including Lieberman and Sanders).
House Projection: Republicans will take control of the House and John Boehner will become the Speaker of the House.
Check back on Wednesday for the final results.