There are still many high profile races which are not yet called, per Axios:
- In Georgia’s gubernatorial race, Stacey Abrams (D) has vowed not to concede against her opponent Brian Kemp (R) until “every vote gets counted.” Kemp currently holds 50.5% of the vote, but the race could face a runoff if neither candidate ultimately ends up over 50%.
- In Arizona’s Senate race, Martha McSally (R) is up on Kyrsten Sinema (D) 49.3% to 48.5% with about 99.3% reporting. The Arizona Republic notes “an official victor may not be known for days — and maybe longer, if the final tally were to trigger a recount or legal challenge.”
- In Florida’s Senate race, Rick Scott (R) is up on Sen. Bill Nelson (D) 50.2% to 49.8% with 100% reporting. Scott has declared victory, but the race is statistically too close to call and an automatic recount will take place if the margin of victory remains less than 0.5%.
- In Montana’s Senate race, Sen. Jon Tester is down 48.2% to 48.9% against challenger Matt Rosendale (R) with about 82% reporting and the race still too close to call.
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