It’s a Democrats House now. With results from across the country still incoming, Congress is projected to go blue on the back of a tide of anti-President Donald Trump sentiment. Voter turnout is likely to be a historic high, with early voting seeing millions of Americans cast their ballots prior to today’s election day. Also making history are Minnesota and Michigan who will send the country’s first Muslim women representatives to Congress. Republicans are expected to hold control of the Senate, including in the closely watched race in Texas between incumbent Ted Cruz and Democrats challenger Beto O’Rourke.