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

November 19, 2018

Republican Will Hurd has won a 3rd term in the 23rd congressional district of Texas.  While, the vote remains very close, his Democratic challenger Gina Ortiz Jones conceded on Monday.

As of this writing, the race hasn't officially been called by the Associated Press or our results partner, Decision Desk. However, we have updated our 2018 Actual Interactive Map to reflect the expected outcome.

 
Two other races remain uncalled, GA-7 and UT-4. The Georgia race has already been certified, with Republican incumbent Rob Woodall the apparent winner. However, the Democratic challenger, Carolyn Bourdeaux will request a recount given the very small margin that separates the two. In Utah, incumbent Republican Mia Love pulled ahead of Democrat Ben McAdams on Friday. There are about 34,000 provisional ballots left to be counted, with the candidates separated by just 419 votes.
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