Election Update as of Tuesday Night by Tom Reynolds
On Tuesday night, in the House, both Fox and CNN give the Republicans 217 seats. Need 218 for a majority.
Note: In some cases they differ as to the % of total vote in.
Uncalled races that are likely Republican victories and would bring Republicans to 220 (2 more than the majority.):
In California 3rd, Republican leads by 10,300 votes with 57% in
In California 27th, Republican leads by 13,000 with 72% in
In California 45th, Republican leads by 14,000 with 83% in
Races where the Republican leads and winning both takes the total to 222:
In 1 Colorado 3rd, Republican Boebert leads by 1,100 votes with 99% in
In California 22nd, Republican leads by 3,300 votes with 47%-63% in
Races where the Republican trails but is close:
In Colorado 8th, Republican trails by 1,700 votes with 97% to 99% in.
In California 13rd, Republican trails by 600 votes with 85% in
In California 47th, Republican trails by 3,700 votes with 84% in
In 1 Alaska race, it is going to a second round of ranked voting since no one got 50%. Two Republicans combined have 4,000 more 1st choice votes than the Democrat. A 4th candidate Libertarian got 4,000 votes.
Under ranked voting, the 4th place candidate is eliminated and his votes are redistributed based on 2nd choice. If still no winner, the 3rd place candidate is eliminated and his votes are redistributed based on 2nd choice.