BREAKING NEWS //
Republican Tom Leonard has conceded the race to be Michigan's next attorney general to Democrat Dana Nessel.
The race for secretary of state will go to the Democratic nominee Jocelyn Benson.
Tuesday's results offered a split decision that revealed deep tensions in the American electorate.
Here's a run down of the history made Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.
Around 40% of 2018 voters said they want President Donald Trump impeached, according to CNN's national exit polls.
Michigan voters have passed a constitutional amendment that will entrust the job of drawing the state's voting districts to an independent commission rather than the Legislature and governor.
Voters turned out on Tuesday to make their voices heard on a number of issues, including legalizing recreational marijuana.
The Kentucky clerk who became infamous for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses to couples has lost her re-election bid.
Democrat Gretchen Whitmer has won the race for Michigan governor, defeating Bill Schuette and upending years of Republican control in the state.
Dan Kildee was re-elected to the U.S. House, District 5, according to the Associated Press.
Paul Mitchell was re-elected to the U.S. House, District 10, according to the Associated Press.
John Moolenaar was re-elected to the U.S. House, District Four, according to the Associated Press.
Republican Rep. Barbara Comstock will be ousted from her northern Virginia seat by Democratic state Sen. Jennifer Wexton, CNN projects.
Younger voters are expected to hit the polls in record numbers for the midterm elections.