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Incumbent Republican Will Hurd Wins TX-23 as Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones Concedes

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Headlines

Incumbent Republican Will Hurd Wins TX-23 as Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones Concedes

This will be the GOP's 200th House win in the midterm elections. Two races remain undecided

Bill Nelson Concedes in Florida; GOP up 52-47 with Mississippi Runoff Upcoming

Republicans have netted two seats, guaranteeing they will hold the majority in 2019.

All Gubernatorial Races Called: Democrats Gain 7 Seats in 2018 Elections

The final race to be decided - Georgia - went to the GOP when Stacey Abrams effectively conceded Friday afternoon

After the Midterms: Partisan Control of the U.S. House by State

Republicans will have a larger delegation in 26 states, Democrats 22.

Democrat Golden Wins Maine 2nd Congressional District Race

The district that gave Donald Trump an electoral vote in 2016 becomes the 231st Democratic win in this year's midterms




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