The front pages of the 2018 mid-terms

A collection of some of the front pages of the nation's papers in the wake of the historic 2018 mid-term elections, courtesy of the Newsuem.

Texas Sentator Ted Cruz beat upstart Beto O'Rouke to retain his Senate seat.

 

 

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In Georgia, Stacey Abrams appears to have lost her bid to become the nation's first black female governor.

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Ron DeSantis narrowly edged out Andrew Gillum to win the top leadership position in Florida.

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Gannett made waves when it announced that its papers should maintain early print deadlines and not hold the newspaper for election results. Here are some of its covers.

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Other pages in markets that featured races with national impact:

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    Barbara Allen

    Barbara Allen is the managing editor of Poynter.org. She spent two decades in local media in her hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and in education at her alma mater, Oklahoma State University.

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