"Saturday Night Live" poked fun at the Democratic National Committee after Democrats "won governor races in two of the 10 states" they cared about in Tuesday night's series of elections.

"The Dems are back," cast member Kate McKinnon impersonating House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said in the pre-recorded sketch before her colleague Mikey Day as Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., repeated her message in Spanish.

Kaine often stumped in Spanish on the 2016 campaign trail in an effort to connect with Hispanic voters as Hillary Clinton's running mate.

"We haven't felt this confident since the day before Trump won," Alex Moffat, playing Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., quipped.

The three-minute skit also mocked Democrats for attributing their victories in Virginia and New Jersey to voters loving their "fresh new ideas delivered by fresh new faces," adding they had "great new leaders waiting in the wings, like hot young thing Elizabeth Warren," former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Warren is 68, Biden is 74, and Sanders is 76.

"Another chance for me, Hillary Rodham Clinton. Just one more chance. And maybe one more chance after that," McKinnon switching to her Emmy Award winning impersonation of the unsuccessful Democratic presidential candidate begged.

"I thought she was dead," Leslie Jones as ex-interim DNC chairwoman Donna Brazile joked.

Brazile revealed earlier in November she considered replacing Clinton with Biden as the party's presidential nominee after Clinton collapsed during a Sept. 11 event in New York in the lead-up to the heated election.