If you listened to CNN’s election coverage on Monday morning, here are 19 races that have yet to be played.
At-Large Areas in Alaska: Democratic Rep. Mary Peltola unexpectedly won a special election in August to replace the late Republican Rep. Tang Yang. She is in a rematch with the former governor. 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and Republican businessman Nick Begich are running for full terms.
Arizona: As of late Saturday, an estimated 290,000 votes remained to be counted.As of Sunday afternoon, two of Arizona’s nine House games were still pending
- Arizona 1st District – Six-term Republican House of Representatives. David Schweikert, who was previously condemned by the House for ethics violations, battled with Democrat Jevin Hodge over redrawn and renumbered seats in the Phoenix area competition.
- Arizona 6th District – Juan Ciscomani, a Republican, former senior adviser to the governor. Doug Ducey and former state senator Democrat Kirsten Engel are vying for the redrawn and renumbered area that covers southeastern Arizona and includes Tucson. In some areas.
California has 10 uncalled races: CNN has yet to predict who will win California’s 34th District, but counts it as part of the Democratic total because both candidates are Democrats. ) which includes the playing areas of Divisions 3, 9, 13, 21, 22, 27, 41, 45, 47, 49.
Colorado: After the 2020 census, it won its eighth seat in the reassignment. Two games have not yet been played.
- Colorado 3rd District – Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert unexpectedly found herself in a tight race for her West Slope district, which became the redistricting savior. Her Democratic opponent is former Aspen City Councilman Adam Frisch, and an automatic recount is possible.
- 8th District of Colorado – Democratic state Rep. Yadira Caraveo and Republican state senator. Barbara Kirkmeyer is vying for this new seat north of Denver. Biden’s lead in 2020 is less than 5 points. Although Kirkmeier has conceded to Calavio, CNN did not make a prediction for the match.
Maine 2nd District: Like Alaska, the state uses ranked-choice voting to decide its winner in federal elections. In the second district, Democratic Rep. Jared Golden and former Republican Rep. For the second time, Bruce Poliquin could see their race determined by the state’s ranked-choice voting system. As of Sunday afternoon, neither the candidate nor independent Tiffany Bond had cleared 50 percent of the vote for the district that covers much of northern Portland.
Second District of New Mexico: Republican Rep. Yvette Herrell is running for a second term behind Democrat Gabe Vasquez, representing an area that now includes parts of southern and western New Mexico and has become more democratic in redistricting. While Herrell has conceded the race, CNN has yet to make a prediction.
New York’s 22nd District: Republican Brandon Williams and Democrat Francis Connor, both Navy veterans, are vying for this redrawn central New York area. It’s a vacant seat, and Biden would lead by less than eight points.
Sixth District of Oregon: Elections are held entirely by mail. Ballots must be postmarked on Election Day and can be received up to 7 days later. The state gained a new House seat in redistricting. Democratic state Rep. Andrea Salinas and Republican businessman Mike Erickson are vying for the newly delineated area, which includes Salem. Biden will lead by 13 points in 2020.
CNN’s Maeve Reston, Eric Bradner and Renée Rigdon contributed reporting to this post.