This post will periodically be updated as information becomes available.
9:05 p.m.: The AP calls the Wisconsin Senate race for Ron Johnson (R), another failed Democratic pick-up.
8:35 p.m.: The AP calls Colorado (9) for Clinton.
7:00 p.m.: The AP calls New York (29) for Clinton.
The AP calls Texas (38), Kansas (6), Louisiana (8), Nebraska (5), North Dakota (3), South Dakota (3), and Wyoming (3) for Trump.
The AP has called the Arizona Senate race for John McCain (R).
7:00 p.m.: Arizona, Colorado, most of Kansas, Louisiana, most of Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, parts of North Dakota, parts of South Dakota, most of Texas, Wisconsin and Wyoming close polls at 7:00 p.m. Arizona time.
Arizona has a Senate race between “Senator Obstruction” John McCain (R) and Ann Kirkpatrick (D). Colorado has a Senate race between incumbent Michael Bennett (D) and Darryl Glenn (R). Kansas has a Senate race between incumbent Jerry Moran (R) and Patrick Weisner (D). Louisiana has a jungle primary; top two will have a run-off election in December. New York has a Senate race between Chuck Schumer (D) and Wendy Long (R). North Dakota has a Senate race between incumbent John Hoeven (R) and Eliot Glasheim (D). South Dakota has a Senate race between incumbent John Thune (R) and Jay Williams (D). Wisconsin has a Senate race between incumbent Ron Johnson (R) and former senator Russ Feingold (D).