The J Street left-wing political action committee fell just below 43% on Tuesday night, as most of the candidates in competitive competitions fell to lose their bid.
According to an analysis of the Rational 360 group of political advisory groups, J Street PAC, while gaining the overwhelming majority of non-competitive games both in the House and in the Senate, lost 32 of the 56 (nearly 60%) competitive campaigns it has approved.
With House, J Street PAC lost 29 out of 51 House's competitive games (nearly 57%).
On the Senate side, he won just two of his five racing games: Jacky Rosen of Nevada, who suspended Democrat Dean Heller and Jon Tester of Montana, who defeated a challenge from Republican Matt Rosendale. Texas, Beto O'Rourke, Missouri's Claire McCaskill and North Dakota's Heidi Heitkamp have missed the race.
J Street PAC brought $ 5 million to 163 congressional candidates, according to the group.