Wolf Blitzer anchored America Votes 2010 and opened the program by telling us what was at stake in the House and the Senate.
John "Neo" King was at the CNN Election Matrix to break down key races.
Jessica Yellin was in Las Vegas and gave us a report on the Nevada Senate race.
Anderson Cooper and the Best Political Team On Television were "kicking it old school" with the analysis discussion.
Not only the BPTOT, but also the "Biggest Political Team on Television" consisted of Candy Crowley, Gloria Borger, Joe Johns, Dana Bash, Soledad O'Brien....
...Ed Rollins, Alex Castellanos, John Avalon and Roland Martin.
While Anderson and his "team" were the "no graphic panel" Ali Velshi "dropped it like it was hot" with his presentation of the nationwide favorable ratings poll data.
John King was back in to break down the battle for Congress and what the GOP needs to do to take control. And then the "old school" panel discussed what might happen if the GOP takes control. What will President Obama do?
Wolf announced that JFK Adviser Ted Sorensen died today at the age of 82. He was the primary Kennedy speechwriter and coined the famous words that JFK spoke ~ "Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country."
The team ended the night by taking turns talking about Mr. Sorensen, some of the other famous speeches he penned, what effect his work has on speechwriters today and some personal remembrances.
A few extra pictures of our favorite anchor from tonight ~
Monday - Perry's Principles ~
Tuesday - The SHOT ~
Wednesday - The SHOT ~
One Simple Thing ~
Thursday - No SHOT, but some Shark Talk to end the program ~
Friday - The SHOT ~
EXTRA: Keeping with tonight's election/technology theme ~
An Election Coverage Flashback - Anderson Cooper and the hand held pie chart blooper.