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BALANCE OF POWER: Where do the uncalled House races stand as GOP nears majority?

13 congressional races remain uncalled with control of the House hanging in the balance

Brandon Gillespie

By Brandon Gillespie | Fox News

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As Republicans are now one seat away from capturing a majority of seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, there are still 13 races yet to be called that will determine how close the margins could be for the GOP should it ultimately prevail.

A party must win 218 seats to win a majority in the 435-seat body, a feat appearing to be within the grasp of the GOP, who have won 217 seats so far to Democrats’ 205.

Here is where the remaining races stand as votes continue to be counted in states across the country:

AK-AL – Alaska’s At Large Congressional District has been rated by Fox News’ Power Rankings as “lean Democratic” due to the state’s newly implemented ranked-choice voting system giving incumbent Democrat Rep. Mary Peltola an advantage against her Republican opponents, former Gov. Sarah Palin and Nick Begich. Peltola lead in the first round of the vote, with Palin in second and Begich in third, but failed to secure 50%, meaning those who voted for the candidate with the least number of votes will have their second choice vote reallocated to the other candidates until one reaches 50%. The second round tabulation is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, Nov. 23. 

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Alaska congressional candidates, from left, Democrat Mary Peltola and Republicans Sarah Palin and Nick Begich.

Alaska congressional candidates, from left, Democrat Mary Peltola and Republicans Sarah Palin and Nick Begich. (Brandon Bell, Mary Peltola campaign, Ash Adams for The Washington Post via Getty Images)

ME-02 – Maine similarly implemented a ranked-choice voting system following a state-wide referendum in 2016. Incumbent Democratic Rep. Jared Golden failed to reach 50% of the vote last week, but is currently leading former Republican Congressman Bruce Poliquin, who represented the district from 2015 to 2019. The second round tabulation is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 15. Fox News’ Power Rankings has rated the race as a toss-up.

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CA-03 – Republican Kevin Kiley holds a commanding lead over Democrat Kermit Jones; however, approximately only a little over half of ballots have been counted in the “likely Republican” race. California accepts mail-ballots for the week following Election Day, although the ballots must be postmarked by Election Day. The ballots must also go through a signature verification process before being counted.

CA-06 – Incumbent Democratic Rep. Ami Bera is leading Republican challenger Tamika Hamilton in this seat considered to be safe Democrat.

CA-09 – Incumbent Democratic Rep. Josh Harder holds a large lead over Republican challenger Tom Patti in this “lean Democratic” seat.

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Rep. David Valadao, R-Calif., poses during a ceremonial re-enactment of his swearing-in ceremony in the Rayburn Room on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6, 2015.

Rep. David Valadao, R-Calif., poses during a ceremonial re-enactment of his swearing-in ceremony in the Rayburn Room on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6, 2015. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)

CA-13 – This toss-up race is among the tightest remaining as Republican John Duarte narrowly leads Democrat Adam Gray by less than 800 votes.

CA-21 – This safe Democratic seat is still yet to be called due to the ongoing vote count; however, incumbent Democratic Rep. Jim Costa leads Republican challenger Michael Maher by more than 7,000 votes. 

CA-22 – In another tight race, incumbent Republican Rep. David Valadao leads Democratic challenger Rudy Salas by more than 3,000 votes. Fox News’ Power rankings has rated the race as a toss-up.

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CA-27 – Incumbent Republican Rep. Mike Garcia holds a commanding lead over Democratic challenger Christy Smith by a little more than 13,000 votes in the “lean Republican” seat.

CA-47 – Incumbent Democratic Rep. Katie Porter leads Republican challenger Scott Baugh by less than 3,000 votes in this toss-up race.

CA-49 – This toss-up race currently has incumbent Democratic Rep. Mike Levin leading Republican challenger Brian Maryott by a little more than 13,000 votes.

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Rep. Lauren Boebert attends a House Second Amendment Caucus press conference at the U.S. Capitol on June 8, 2022.

Rep. Lauren Boebert attends a House Second Amendment Caucus press conference at the U.S. Capitol on June 8, 2022. (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

CO-03 – Incumbent Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert was not expected to have such a close race with her Democratic opponent, Adam Frisch, in the “likely Republican” seat, however, the one-term congresswoman is narrowly leading the vote count by a little more than 1,000 votes. Mail-in ballots from out of state and overseas military service members can arrive as late as Wednesday as long as they were postmarked by Election Day, meaning the count could continue into later this week.

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CO-08 – Democratic candidate Yadira Caraveo narrowly leads Republican candidate Barbara Kirkmeyer in this “lean Republican” race, but, like the 3rd District race, mail-in ballots can arrive from overseas or out of state as late as Wednesday if they were postmarked by Election Day. 

Brandon Gillespie is an associate editor at Fox News. Follow him on Twitter at @brandon_cg.

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  • FFrenchCreekCL16 hours agoThe gop will maintain a majority in the house and thats all it takes to stop the dems. No bills will pass that the gop doesn’t agree with and that’s the best we can do until 2024. No different than if we had the house AND the senate. Gridlock. And right now, gridlock is a good thing.Reply1496Share
    • Mmythoughts89755 minutes agoThe house has no influence on federal appointments. Those appointments can have effects for generations.Reply23Share
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      • Ddems=allthatswrongwiththeworld13 hours agoMaintain?? They never had control of the house or Senate. I hope they WIN the house because we’ve already lost the senate again! Hard to believe people actually favor having less of everything…Reply531Share
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        • Ddah1 minute agoDon’t discount the damage RINOS can do.ReplyShare
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        • sj12317717 hours agoWhat doesn’t make sense to me is that I live in Arizona. 95 percent of the people I talked about elections said there is no way they would ever vote for Hobbs. I work for a large company who employs a lot of people. I also have hobbies on the weekend that I spend time with other people here in Phoe…See moreReply32720Share
          • Tths83045 minutes agoI talked to my son who lives in Arizona, Pheonix in fact, and he says the same thing. NOBODY he knows wants to retain Hobbs, yet here we are.Reply31Share
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            • suziq12135415 hours agoHobbs should have recused herself from overseeing her own election. How was this allowed? It just looks shady.Reply1139Share
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            • Llet’sgobrandon202219 hours agoStates should have a limit on this. There’s no reason, with today’s technology, that votes can’t be counted in 1 or 2 days.Reply2075Share
              • PPilot200018 hours agoThe only reason it takes this long is to provide Democrats the necessary time to manufacture “votes” to ensure a Democrat victory. Period!Reply929Share
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                • feetee49612 hours agoWe need voter IDReply24Share
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                • Ffubb2219 hours agoHow is it in this country that it takes over a week or more after an election to determine who won or lost. I thought there were time limits of when all votes had to be counted. Recalls votes I believe are different, but this just amazes me. I had heard 50% of CA votes had yet to be counted, mus…See moreReply35920Share
                  • ????!!!18 hours agoYet in the 80’s thru 2000 the elections were always called the same night, how is it that we’ve gone completely backwards, something just isn’t adding up.Reply1116Share
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                    • citizenlulu19 hours ago50 states, 50 different election rules. Some states (both red and blue) allow ballots postmarked on election day, others say ballots must be received by the times polls close on election day. All mailed ballots must have the signature verified. I have had this job for Oregon elections. It’s rigorou…See moreReply557Share
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                    • gspears19 hours agoThe GOP already has insurmountable leads in enough House races to make the 218 needed, it’s just a question of how many more they can get by the time the votes are eventually tabulated and announced. If Walker can take Georgia, then the GOP will be no worse off in the Senate and will be in control …See moreReply22221Share
                      • Ddazeoff2play94417 hours agoIf the Republicans take the house, they will need to have a Strong leader with a backbone to Stop this Radical administration. That means being able to say NO. Personally, I don’t think McCarthy can handle that task. Reply766Share
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                        • DarkColeus15 hours agoBiden got most of his agenda done already. Infrastructure, climate change, etc. Only thing left is to continue appointing federal judges. He only needs the Senate for that.Reply264Share
                          • Ddemsenternalrumphurt1 minute agoUnfortunately the only federal judge appointments left are already Dem Strongholds so he won’t be flipping any districts, Trump to his credit took care of that. ReplyShare
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                        • yachtman17 hours agoI am disgusted that we can’t seem to call elections in under a week anymore. Campaign season is bad enough without dozens of races being held up for several weeks after an election. And it inevitably facilitates some degree of distrust in the process (some see fraud, others see incompetence – and…See moreReply50Share
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                          • jad156517 hours agoThere is no way all of this late vote counting should be allowed. The only mail in ballots in any state should be military and a strict reason why a voter cannot go to the poles on Election Day. We are never going to have fair elections if this does not stop. I for one would vote for a national …See moreReply743Share
                            • TTigger202215 hours agoThat would require a Constitutional Amendment. We don’t want the politicians making rules for elections.Reply6Share
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                              • NNowisthetimetovoteconservative12 hours agoMilitary should be Absentee Ballots, eliminate mail in all together!Reply10Share
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                              • mikeraylittle18 hours agoI’m sorry, I feel sorry for those who cannot go vote in person but mail-in ballots need to go. This is embarrassing. The once greatest nation in history can’t count ballots in less than a week? Sad and very much puts ALL election results in the “tainted” category.Reply982Share
                                • Ddookee4 hours agoI think mail in ballots is the end of a fair election. They can be unsolicited, hard to track and validate. Register and vote in person is the right way.Reply161Share
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                                  • Ddonkeyking88813 minutes agoOpposite at this point. Dems are getting tons of early votes really early and its hard to overcome those votes on election day. We need to wise up and do the same to have a chance in certain states.ReplyShare
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                                  • Bbentarmbarpracticioner19 hours agoWhy would anyone questions elections? I’m mean, when the Sec of State (who controls elections) is running and refuses to recuse herself from election duties, why would the outcome be in question?Reply1764Share
                                    • IIpreferFreedom46117 hours agoThe part about having mailed out 6000 ballots by mistake under her watch is a problemReply453Share
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                                      • Pphinvb19 hours agoDemocrats are the only party allowed to question election results don’t you know…. Ask Clinton, Abrams and a whole host of others. The rest of us must bow to our Marxist masters.Reply442Share
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                                      • BBandit570919 hours agoAmericans should not be concerned with the intimation coming from the left on questioning the election results. It is our right to question any election results especially when there are clear discrepancies. Especially in Arizona.Reply967Share
                                        • Tteresawilson19 hours agoYou are absolutely CORRECT.Reply181Share
                                          • AAquarius56517 hours agoDemocrats are the real ‘election deniers’ And reality deniers Reply262Share
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