- Democrats will win the House and Republicans will hold onto their majority in the Senate, NBC News projects.
- Despite some early gains in their bid to win a House majority, Democrats missed some opportunities for a potential wave election.
- Stock futures rose slightly in overnight trading as the split Congress scenario widely expected by investors played out. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures increased by 63 points
Results of Tuesday's midterm elections are still coming in.
Democrats will win the House and Republicans will hold onto their majority in the Senate, NBC News projects.
Despite some early gains in their bid to win a House majority, Democrats missed some opportunities for a potential wave election.
Stock futures rose slightly in overnight trading as the split Congress scenario widely expected by investors played out. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures increased by 63 points.
Here are the pivotal races that NBC News has called so far Tuesday night.
- Virginia 10th District: Democrat Jennifer Wexton will defeat GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock and flip the northern Virginia district, NBC News projects.
- Florida 27th District: Democrat Donna Shalala will beat Republican Maria Elvira Salazar and win the GOP-held Miami-area seat, according to NBC.
- Kentucky 6th District: GOP Rep. Andy Barr will prevail in Kentucky's 6th District, keeping a critical toss-up area against Democratic challenger Amy McGrath, NBC projects. The seat was considered a possible bellwether for Democratic control of the House.
- Pennsylvania 5th District: Democrat Mary Gay Scanlon will defeat GOP candidate Pearl Kim, NBC News projects. The district was re-formed after the heavily gerrymandered Pennsylvania map was ordered to be redrawn.
- West Virginia 3rd District: Republican Carol Miller will defeat Democratic state Sen. Richard Ojeda in a district that Democrats were hoping to flip with a pro-coal, pro-gun legislator, NBC News projects.
- Colorado 6th: Democrat Jason Crow will defeat Republican Rep. Mike Coffman, NBC News projects.
- Pennsylvania 6th: Democrat Chrissy Houlahan will take the GOP-held district, NBC News projects. The state Supreme Court's revision of a Republican-drawn congressional map gave the district west of Philadelphia a slight Democratic lean
- New Jersey 11th: Democrat Mikie Sherrill will flip a House seat long held by Republicans, NBC News projects. Sherrill ran as a staunch opponent of the Republican tax plan, which set a cap for state and local tax deductions popular in the district.
- Ohio 12th: Republican Rep. Troy Balderson will keep his seat in a competitive region for his party, NBC News projects.
- Virginia 7th: Democrat Abigail Spanberger is the apparent winner of the hotly contested House race, according to NBC News. Spanberger appears to have defeated two-term Republican Rep. Dave Brat in a race that was widely seen as a bellwether of how far Democrats could extend their electoral victories in a year that favored them.
- Minnesota 8th: Republican Pete Stauber, a former cop who once played for the Detroit Red Wings, will flip this northern Minnesota district and defeat former state Rep. Joe Radinovich, NBC News projects.
- Oklahoma 5th: Democrat Kendra Horn is projected to defeat Republican Rep. Steve Russell in a stunning upset that was not predicted by most Democratic election models, NBC News projects.
- Illinois 6th: Democratic political newcomer Sean Casten is projected to defeat six-term Republican Rep. Pete Roskam in Illinois' 6th District, according to NBC News, winning a House seat that has been held by the GOP since the 1970s.
- Indiana: Republican Mike Braun will unseat Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly in Indiana, NBC News projects. Donnelly was the first Democratic senator to fall Tuesday night.
- West Virginia: Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin will retain his seat in pro-Trump West Virginia against Republican Patrick Morrisey, according to NBC. He denied the GOP one path to potentially significant gains in the chamber.
- Tennessee: Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn will defeat Democrat Phil Bredesen to hold the Republican Senate seat, NBC projects. She stops one of the Democrats' only chances to gain a seat in the chamber this year.
- New Jersey: Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez will hold his seat in New Jersey after a bitter, tighter than expected race, according to NBC. Republican challenger Bob Hugin hammered the incumbent over corruption accusations.
- Wisconsin: Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin, a one-term incumbent and the nation's first openly gay U.S. senator, spent heavily to defeat Republican Leah Vukmir in a race that attracted Trump to the state.
- North Dakota: Republican Kevin Cramer will defeat Democrat Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, NBC News projects. Heitkamp, a one-term incumbent, tried to appeal to the growing Trump voter contingent in the state, but controversially voted against confirming his nominee to the Supreme Court.
- Texas: Republican Sen. Ted Cruz overcame significant deficits in fundraising and enthusiasm to defeat Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke in the closely watched race in the red state, NBC News projects.
- Missouri: Republican Josh Hawley will defeat Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill in a state that went to Trump by a margin of nearly 20 points in 2016, NBC News projects.
- Kansas: Democrat Laura Kelly will defeat Republican Kris Kobach in the race for Kansas governor, NBC News projects. Kelly will have the ability to influence the state's redistricting process following the 2020 Census.
- Michigan: Democrat Gretchen Whitmer will defeat Republican Bill Schuette, NBC News projects. The win is a boon for Democrats in a state that went to Trump in 2016.
- Florida: Republican Ron DeSantis is the apparent victor in the race for Florida's governor, triumphing over Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, NBC News projects.