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Senate Race in AZ Still Uncalled as CA District Flips to Democrats

HeadlineNov 12, 2018

In Arizona, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema has increased her lead over Republican Martha McSally to almost 1.5 percent in the race to succeed Republican Senator Jeff Flake, but hundreds of thousands more votes remain to be counted. In the Georgia governor’s race, Democrat Stacey Abrams filed a federal lawsuit Sunday calling for rejected absentee and provisional ballots to be counted in a race that is still too close to call. Unofficial voting numbers put Republican Brian Kemp in the lead at 50.3 percent of the vote. If his lead shrinks to 50 percent or less, the race will go to a runoff. In Orange County, California, 15-term Republican congressmember and former speechwriter for President Reagan, Dana Rohrabacher, has lost his seat to Democratic challenger Harley Rouda.

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