First wahoo of the night was that Elizabeth Warren was elected. (Is it too early to ask her to run for president next go round?)
Second wahoo is that Chellie Pingree is still my Representative (though as noted, I wanted her to be my Senator. On that subject, the Conservatives' attempt at electing a Republican to the Senate, via a sustained ratfucking campaign with the objective of splitting the vote, failed.)
Third wahoo of the night would be that after that fuck up in 2009 marriage equality has now been legalized in Maine. Also, at the same time I learned that those people in that other congressional district had not given Romney their vote. (Maine allocates votes thus: Two votes to the statewide winner, one vote each to the winner of each congressional district, of which there are two.)
Fourth wahoo of the night, Obama won.
Both of Maine's house seats stayed in Democratic hands and it's looking like gains were made in the House and Senate, but not enough in the House to flip it so we can probably expect at least two more years of Obama being constantly opposed even when he says, "The Republicans had a good idea, let's pass that."
On the other hand, the clearly stated objective of the Republican Party, House and Senate, for the past two years has been to make sure that Obama doesn't get a second term. He just did get one. They need a new objective. It'd be nice if they decided for an objective of doing their jobs, representing the constituents, and doing what's best for the country. I wouldn't count on it though.
In Maine, with calls left to be made, it looks like if present leans are maintained the State House and State Senate will go into Democratic hands. The Governor, a national embarrassment (at least I haven't heard of him going international yet) wasn't up for reelection yet, so he stays.