Vox stretches to find nine takeaways from Tuesday's election.
They even think Hillary Clinton was a winner.
Rand Paul doesn't agree.
See if you agree with the reasoning.
A more Democratic year could have led to some new stars who might have been able to challenge her in 2016. Instead, some potential challengers were cut down. Gov. Martin O'Malley, for instance, saw Anthony Brown, his lt. governor and handpicked successor, defeated in Maryland. That's not going to help him make the case that he can appeal to voters she can't.
She's the only candidate left.
She's the tallest dwarf.
Whoever the Republicans nominate won't be a dwarf like her fellow Democrats.