Best Tweets from the 2014 Midterms

Tuesday night was full of emotions, and if you were hanging out on social media during the election you got to experience the full array of them. Here are some of our favorite tweets, Facebook posts and other social media updates from the election: the good, the bad, and the so-ugly-you-probably-didn’t-have-a-job-Wednesday. Joy and despair, taunts and mega meltdowns… PIE is bringing you THE BEST of the Midterms online.

 

The Good: TRIUMPH

 

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Jack, totally beside himself with joy.

 

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Hard-coded winning.

 

The Bad: DESOLATION

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It was a hard day to be Chris Matthews.

‘I have officially lost it'  Battleground Texas organizer for Wendy Davis totally melts down on Twitter      Twitchy

Battleground Texas organizer for Wendy Davis goes full melt down. Read the rest of her deleted tweets here: http://twitchy.com/2014/11/05/i-have-officially-lost-it-battleground-texas-organizer-for-wendy-davis-totally-melts-down-on-twitter/

 

Posts from the Democratic Underground full of angst. See more here: http://dailycaller.com/2014/11/05/the-16-most-epic-democratic-underground-meltdowns-over-the-2014-republican-rout/

Posts from the Democratic Underground full of angst. See more here: http://dailycaller.com/2014/11/05/the-16-most-epic-democratic-underground-meltdowns-over-the-2014-republican-rout/

The Ugly: TOTAL WTF

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Obviously, it is the end of suffrage.

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No lunacy at all, not until 2014.

 

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Katrina Jorgensen is a devoted advocate for Millennial issues with deep concerns over the direction of America's foreign policy. She seeks to promote political education and empowerment for her generation. You can find her on Twitter @Veribatim. With her focus on Eurasia, Katrina acts as Senior Foreign Policy Advisor to the Young Republican National Federation, part of their International Committee. She is a writer and communication specialist in her day job. She regularly contributes to conservative blogs such as Red Alert and IJReview. She has worked as freelance journalist for think tanks, major media outlets and print newspapers. For 6 years, she ran her own web design and consulting company in Texas. Her true passion is non-profits. Katrina has worked for and advised multiple international NGOs. She volunteers her time and provides marketing advice to local charities and other not-for profit-organizations. Katrina also loves reading wonky foreign policy blogs, instgramming her cooking experiments, losing herself in a fiction novel, and exploring new places with her husband, Kai.