This guy got it wrong on the first sentence:
The much-vaunted Democratic turnout machine didn’t fail Tuesday.
…The Democrats lost seven, soon to be nine Senate seats; at least a dozen House seats (I haven’t looked up the running total); dropped a net three governorships; and got likewise wrecked on the state level. The much-vaunted Democratic turnout machine failed Tuesday. It doesn’t particularly matter why it failed, either: which I know is a controversial statement to make, but I have a reason for saying that. Basically, the problem here really is that the Democrats had no way of telling ahead of time that their machine wasn’t working properly. Of course there was a flaw in the turnout models. There’s always a flaw in the model. The trick is being able to figure that out before the whole thing explodes.
Oh, well. Somebody Else’s Problem.
So a flaw in their model may have cost Dems seats in 3 states. http://t.co/xSibNSwW3e
— AoSHQ Decision Desk (@AoSHQDD) November 11, 2014