So many things to talk about. How about this from Gallup?
Democrats Shrink Republican Turnout Advantage
The Democrats went toe to toe with the Republicans in voter turnout on Tuesday, a switch from previous midterm elections, when Republicans held a comfortable advantage in the percentage of their voter base coming out on Election Day. The extent of underlying popular support for Democratic candidates for Congress (evidenced by a strong lead among registered voters) would have likely delivered a majority of seats in Congress to the Democrats even if they had trailed Republicans in a more typical turnout pattern. But by trimming the Republicans' usual turnout advantage, the Democrats enhanced their seat gains considerably.
According to Gallup's final pre-election survey, a similar proportion of Republicans and Democrats were poised to vote on Tuesday: 45% of Republicans and 43% of Democrats. This two-point Republican edge is smaller than the seven-point turnout advantage enjoyed by the Republicans in the two previous midterm elections, and the nine-point GOP advantage seen in 1994.
What do you want to focus on? The Senate? Bush and Rummy and the new guy? What?