A week after the 2018 midterm elections, several races for U.S. House, Senate and governor had not yet been decided.
Both Florida’s close Senate and governor’s races were headed for a recount, with attention focused on Broward County, the scene of previous balloting controversies, including the 2000 presidential contest. Ballots were still being counted for the U.S. Senate contest in Arizona, and Georgia’s governor race could head to a run-off if former Secretary of State Brian Kemp (R), the current leader at 50.3 percent, falls below the 50 percent threshold required in Georgia. Another Senate race will be decided on Nov. 27, when Mississippi will hold a run-off between Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R) and Democrat Mike Espy.
Several California House races remained uncalled; mail-in ballots count as long as they are received by the Friday following the election, and officials there are working through a backlog of millions of uncounted votes.
The results below will update as new information becomes available. Many races show 100 percent of precincts reporting, but election officials are still working to count all of the ballots in those precincts.