Rep. Duncan D. Hunter, a Republican, has won another term representing California's 50th Congressional District, beating Ammar Campa-Najjar, a Democrat.
With all precincts reporting, Hunter has 51.7 percent of the vote, followed by Campa-Najjar with 48.3 percent.
Hunter has represented the district in the House since 2013.
Democrats have gained a majority in the House, with 235 seats in the next Congress. All of California's House seats have been decided; seven switched hands, all going to Democrats.
The number of votes cast for Democrats in House races has increased 55.0 percent from the 2014 midterms, compared with an increase of 25.6 percent for Republicans.
Hunter and his wife were indicted on Aug. 21 on charges that they used more than $250,000 in campaign funds to pay for family vacations, theater tickets and other personal expenses. Hunter, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan as a Marine, was among the first congressmen to publicly support Donald Trump as the Republican Party's presidential nominee. Read more here.
The charges led to a change in race rating by Cook Political Report to "likely Republican" from "solid Republican."
The district went for President Trump, a Republican, in 2016 by a margin of 15 points. Democrat Hillary Clinton won California by 30 points.
California has 53 House seats, 39 of which are held by Democrats and 14 by Republicans. The state’s senators are Dianne Feinstein and Kamala D. Harris, both Democrats.
Data is from the Associated Press. This story may be updated if more information becomes available. It is powered by Heliograf, The Post's artificial intelligence system.