Of the 25 congressional districts hardest hit by the recession, according to a WSJ analysis, 16 are represented by Democrats - and 14 of them won. A 15th race is too close to call and a 16th was lost. Of the 25 districts that have fared best, 14 are represented by Democrats and the party held on to just eight of those seats. Meaning what? Meaning that this election was about more than the economy.