that the chair won - Curtis
had planned to celebrate his election victory with an eight-minute
fireworks display over Boston Harbor, the Boston Globe reports.
. . . The
Sunlight Foundation finds Karl Rove's American Crossroads
and Crossroads GPS spent more than $200 million on the elections
but backed no winning candidates.
Marc Ambinder: The
Secret Service detail guarding Governor Romney since Feb 1. stood
down quickly. He had ridden in a 15-car motorcade to the Intercontinental
Hotel in Boston for his concession speech. He rode in a single-car
motorcade back across the Charles River to Belmont. His son,
Tagg, did the driving.
Younger Cubans getting more liberal,
Wall Street Journal notes that
Cuban-born voters living in Florida voted for Mitt Romney, 55%
to 45%.However, American-born Cubans voted overwhelmingly for
President Obama, 60% to 40%.