The tale of the tape from Tuesday's election was President Obama's swing state dominance. Florida may still be tallying votes from the contest, but other states like Ohio and Nevada came down decisively in the President's column. Here in New England, no less than New Hampshire turned blue for the President, handing him four crucial electoral votes.

The state also oversaw a sweeping Dem victory reminiscent of the Tea Party's 2010 dominance there. Longtime GOP stalwart Rep. Charlie Bass was forced out, as was freshman Rep. Frank Guinta, and Ovide Lamontagne took a dive against Democrat Maggie Hassan for the governor's seat.

We're joined by our New Hampshire Insiders to look at how the Granite State took such a dramatic turn to the left.