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Democrats Win CA-10, Gaining 34th House Seat. 7 Races Remain Undecided

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Democrats Win CA-10, Gaining 34th House Seat. 7 Races Remain Undecided

Overall, Democrats will have at least 229 seats heading into 2019. This is the 43rd party win in California alone.

Associated Press: Sinema Wins Arizona Senate Race

This is a Democratic gain -- the seat is currently held by retiring Republican Sen. Jeff Flake. It does not affect GOP control of the chamber, as the party has 51 seats heading into 2019

Uncalled Races Update: Sinema Takes Small Lead in Arizona

Arizona and Florida Senate, Georgia governor and 10 House races remain open

New Mexico 2nd Flips to Democrats; 14 Races Remain Uncalled

Democrats will control the U.S. House with at least 224 seats in 2019

Election Results Update

Democrats have won control of the House, while Republicans will retain the Senate. Divided government on the way for 2019!




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