"Our election coverage. Democrats ruling the top of the ticket and Michigan Gretchen Whitmer elected. Governor Jocelyn Benson. Also winning Dana Nessel appears to be winning for attorney general Debbie stab now re elected to the US Senate. Democrats Hayley Stevens and Elissa Slatkin are going to congress with more analysis. We're joined by w w j Lansing bureau chief, Tim Skobic. Hi, tim. What's the bottom line? Reverted? The Blue Wave that the Democrats thought they were gonna wind it to control of the Michigan house. And maybe even the Michigan Senate simply did not materialize last night. Yes. The pick up seats, but not enough to regain control, which means for Gretchen Whitmer who will be governor starting January first she will face a divided legislature controlled why the other parties this will test your skills as a negotiator told us in the campaign trail that she grew up in a family with a mother who. Worked for Frank Kelly, who's a democrat and adad reworked for Bill who is a Republican. And she thinks she knows how to do this. Chest approval here. Very very soon. We have a news conference with repentant chronic this morning, but the Blue Wave wasn't there? Clearly, angry, women and anti Donald from sentiment in state. The today for Democrats the seats that they didn't wait and guys not just anti Trump anti Nancy Pelosi, even from some of these younger Democrats had have won their house sees respective Halcion. Elicits lock in one of them. She does a one closer to be house speaker. Well, I think you cover Washington. But from watching it from afar, you can read a truly fear every time you turn around the ours were using Nancy Pelosi carried XYZ ABC. And maybe it's time for her to go, the younger Turks will say the question is the people that have power just don't give it up and say, oh here, please take power away from the it could be a battle among the Democrats now that they have control of the US house Tim in addition to giving the thumbs up to the marijuana proposal. Michigan voters also approved those two constitutional amendments proposal to giving the job of drawing the state's voting districts to an independent commission. Here's my question. Is there such a thing as an independent commission? So good. We're gonna find out that here's what we're going to find out. I my guess who's before this takes effect somebody like who didn't like proposal to namely, the Republican party will all everybody into the courts and ask the Michigan supreme court to declare this thing unconstitutional. In other words, there's a slight chance they may never take effect. So your question about the independent commission could be moot depending on whether they go to court and whether the courtside with the opponents, but it was an overwhelming vote, you give credit to this young group of people who gathered petition signatures with either any money put it on the ballot, and it was so complex. I might go down. But obviously people figured out. What gerrymandering wasn't they voted? Yes. Funny enough. The fight continues tense cubicle. Recovering from Lansing. Thanks so much. Tim WWE news time six fourteen Tony's nexus for its imaging."