Democrats in the Middle East have taken control of the House of Representatives, which is a serious blow to President Donald Trump.
For the first time in eight years, the control of the lower house of the Congress will allow the Democrats to ruin the President's agenda.
But Brief Republicans have retained control over the US Senate.
Tuesday's vote was considered a referendum on the polarizing president, although he would not be re-elected until 2020.
Women's candidates were stolen from the spotlight on Parliamentary Elections, which was charged for the Women's Year.
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What happens in house racing?
The BBC's US-partner network for CBS projects will have the Democrats win 23 seats to be taken over by the lower chamber of Congress. Americans voted for all 435 seats in Parliament.
Democrats can now launch an investigation into Mr Trump's administration and business, ranging from tax returns to potential conflicts of interest, while blocking his legislative plans.
The New York Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is expected to become the youngest congressman after the age of 29.
It is expected that the Democrats Ilhans Oymars and Rashida Tlaibs will be the first Muslim women to be elected by Congress in the historic history of Minnesota and Michigan.
Democrats Sharice Davids of Kansas and Debra Haaland of New Mexico are definitely the first Native American woman elected to Congress.
Davids, a former lesbian fighting fighter, is also the first open gay representative from Kansas.
What happens in the Senate race?
The refugees can expand their majority in the upper congressional congress, where they currently hold 51 seats to 49 seats.
The three democratic historic companies – Joe Donnelly in Indiana, Claire McCaskill in Missouri and Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota – suffered losses for Republican challenges.
And the Republican Texas senator Ted Crewe released a powerful challenge posed by the Democratic Growing Star Beto O & # 39; Rourke.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Sander said Trump had "closed a deal" with Republican businessman Mike Brown in Indiana.
Democrat senators Joe Mancin and Bob Menendey, after strong campaigns, held West Virginia and New Jersey, respectively, but this was a cold comfort.
Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential candidate, won the US Senate election in Utah.
This year, Democrats have always faced the uprising in the Senate, as they defended 26 seats, while only nine republican sites were grabbed.
President Trump quickly remembered the benefits of his party.
American partisan trenches deepen
Anthony Zurcher Analysis, BBC News
This is a story about two cameras.
The Democratic Control The Senate's doors are blocked. Donald Trump will continue to be a majority Republican and will be ready to approve his appointment as an executive and judge. The only question now is the size of his party's advantage.
However, this story is different in the House of Representatives. The Democrats' minimum resistance to the majority of this camera led to educated suburban districts, who long voted on Republicans, but included voters who were probably uncomfortable with Donald Trump's policy and rhetoric.
One by one, these districts were worn by Democrats. In temperate Republicans in Virginia, Illinois and Florida. In places such as Colorado, New Jersey, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Texas and New York, Democrats are ready to win.
It would not feel like many tsunami hopes were hoping for the left, but the ever increasing number is steadily increasing the number of Democrats to sufficiently large victories to control them for the first time in eight years. It has the ability to put an end to the Trump Legislative agenda in its songs and put some teeth under the control of the congress on his administration.
America's partisan trenches are getting deeper. And after two years in the dark, the Democrats are able to fight.
What you need to know about medium term:
What is happening in the kings race?
Managers – who have a great influence on the lives of their constituents and are influential in the presidential election – have been selected from 36 out of 50 countries.
Florida's left wing progressive Andrew Gillum has admitted after an ugly fight against Trumpist Conservative, Ron DeSantis.
Jared Police is expected to win the Colorado Governor's Race, becoming the first open gay who will be the US governor.
It is expected that Andrew Cuomo, a member of the Democratic Council of New York, who is sometimes spoken of as a presidential candidate from 2020, is heading for the third term.
Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams could become the first African American American governor in the United States if, after a ruthless campaign, she will be able to win the Republican opponent Brian Kemp.