The Senate results were allegedly unfair to Democrats, because they won the “Senate popular vote.”
CtH: There is no such thing as a “Senate popular vote.” It’s like the World Series. The trophy goes to the team that won the most games, not the team that scored the most runs in all the games. Sheesh.
THERE IS NO JOY IN HACKVILLE (I just made that up … my original thought for this year.)
Behar Blames ‘Gerrymandering’ for GOP Senate Wins in Midterms
ABC’s Matt Dowd: ‘That’s the Constitution’
While Behar blamed a Democratic minority on gerrymandering, the process has nothing to do with the election or distribution of senators. Gerrymandering is the manner in which congressional districts are drawn to favor one political party or candidate. Senators are elected at the state level, so state lines determine electors, not congressional districts.