OFFICE: Utah House of Representatives
IMPACT: Utah voters did not care for Bradley's pledge to make Utah the first state to classify dunking on someone a hate crime. Many also saw his run at the state legislature as a calculated stepping stone for an attempt in 2012 to take on Utah incumbent governor Uwe Blab.
OFFICE: U.S. Senator from Connecticut
IMPACT: The rejection of a wrestling candidate may slow the momentum of Chyna's presidential bid. McMahon's defeat also likely ends steroids manufacturers' hopes of receiving federal funds. McMahon has blamed her defeat on the "mean-spirited" press, specifically Mean Gene Okerlund.
OFFICE: Governor of Oregon
RESULT: outcome TBD
IMPACT: Dudley hopes Oregon voters responded to his message of compassionate conservatism. Conservative, in that Dudley promises smaller government; compassionate, in that he has personally offered to help Oregon residents reach things that are really high up on their shelves.
OFFICE: U.S. House Representative from North Carolina
IMPACT: Shuler's re-election likely means that he will not accept Mike Shanahan's offer to try out for quarterback of the Redskins. Shuler returns to Washington looking to get enough votes to pass H.R. Bill 3924, which declares that college football is way better than pro football, so a player's college career should totally be what's considered when determining his legacy and nothing else.
OFFICE: U.S. House Representative from New Jersey
IMPACT: Runyan is expected to make an immediate improvement in the running game for the House Republicans flag football team. Other than that, no impact.