The 2010 midterms--which apparently have been going on forever--will take place tomorrow night. It's a good thing, too: based on this sampling, Twitter is starting to get punchy.

The Root's Cord Jefferson wasn't even excited to hear from a high-profile campaign surrogate

DNC is doing a press call today featuring Rudy Huxtable, who will speak about the importance of black women voting. Who's ready for Nov. 3?less than a minute ago via web

Slate's Dave Weigel advised Democrats to revel in small victories

So O'Donnell's closing day of campaigning is spent bickering over whether her big ad is aired. Enjoy this rare victory in 32 hours, Dems.less than a minute ago via TweetDeck

National Review's Kathryn Jean Lopez couldn't handle the "What's next?" talk

something i'm sure about this morning: i don't have any desire to look beyond the midterms with mike bloomberg.less than a minute ago via web

Hotline's Reid Wilson witnessed a talking head perfect storm

MSNBC going all CNBC on us -- 6 people in boxes on screen at the same time.less than a minute ago via TweetDeck

New York Daily News White House correspondent Ken Bazinet tried not to let the day's press-bashing get him down

Jon Stewart is down on the media, Sarah Palin is down on the media & the fake band Stillwater calls us 'the enemy.' #Tellittothefounders.less than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry®

NBC's Chuck Todd noted an agonizing election season has been accompanied by an equally agonizing baseball season

Ok, can anyone remember the last time the World Series carried over after election day?less than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry®

Ben Schwartz suspected a Giants win was about all he'd have to celebrate this week

I'm counting on San Francisco winning the World Series as the biggest progressive win this week.less than a minute ago via TweetDeck

@pourmecoffee was too worn down to enjoy the final days of the Democratic Congress

Next-to-last day of socialism. Unfortunately, too busy for any last minute tyranny.less than a minute ago via tGadget

Nate Silver was noting trends at will

AM thought #3: wave elections are still pretty regionalized. So don't get *too* carried away with extrapolating early trends tomorrow.less than a minute ago via web

@delrayser found a small island of sanity

Can we take just a moment this morning to note how remarkable Bill Hader's Alan Alda impression was on SNL this week?less than a minute ago via web