While control of the Senate has been secured, the House of Representatives is still up for grabs.
As of Monday morning, there were 19 uncalled races, many of them in western states where Democrats hope to topple Republican-controlled seats. Not all of these races are screamers, though. Some of them clearly support a political party but have not yet been called simply because not enough votes were counted.
Here’s a closer look at some of the most contested districts — the ones most likely to decide control of the House.
Arizona: Arizona’s 1st District (Democrats looking to defeat Rep. David Schweickert) and 6th District (the vacant seat of Republican Juan Siscomani and Democrat Kirsten Engel) The campaign margins are all within one percentage point.
california: Democrats have a chance to defeat Republican incumbents in several California seats, including Reps. David Walladaw in the 22nd District and Ken Calvert in the 41st District. There is also a very tight contest for vacant seats in District 13.
Colorado: Democrats have little chance of flipping a seat in the 3rd district, with their candidate, Adam Frisch, trailing Rep. Lauren Boebert (D-LA) by just over 1,000 votes, But if he does well on the ballot with military members and U.S. citizens abroad, he could lead the “cured” voters who rejected the ballot.
Oregon: A close race remains in the sixth district, between Democrat Andrea Salinas and Republican Mike Erickson.