Nationwide the polls suggest Democrats may pick up an additional 20-30 seats in the House, so its actually trending toward a supermajority.
It will be the biggest Democratic majority in both houses of Congress and the President since the 1960's and 1930's if it turns out that way.
*That*, I know. I'm just pointing out a little contrarian election trivia--that is, unlike the '06 midterms, where *no* existing Democratic seat, let alone incumbent, fell to the Republicans, there might be at least a couple here...
If you think FPTP is bad here (and I think it is), the Electoral College is really messed up. States like New York or California or Maryland are completely ignored while states like Ohio, Missouri and Florida are pandered to. This time, we see Virginia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, get all the attention as well as the perennial swingers, a bit different.
Tom Ridge would have won him Pennsylvania.