Likely Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton actively supported more than 25 candidates in the midterms, but half of those candidates found themselves on the losing side of their races by the end of Tuesday night.
In some cases, Clinton made public appearances with the candidate; in others, she attended fundraisers.
The most stinging losses for Clinton were in Kentucky and Arkansas, where both Democratic Senate candidates relied on Clinton to get southern Democrats to the polls.
In their home state of Arkansas, the Clintons campaigned for incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor. On Tuesday, he was defeated by Republican Rep. Tom Cotton.