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Nearly 10 House Races Are Still Not Decided, & Republicans Lead In All of Them (Details)

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It is still too close to call eight House races nearly one full month after the election. While it’s great news for the GOP, it says something about how the election process is handled.

Why would any race take a full month to tabulate?

Check this out, via The Daily Wire:

California’s 21st Congressional District; 98% reported:

Republican David Valadao: 50.5%
Democrat TJ Cox (incumbent): 49.5%

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California’s 25th Congressional District; 98% reported:

Republican Mike Garcia (incumbent): 50.06%
Democrat Christy Smith: 49.94%

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Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District; 89% reported:

Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks: 196,880 votes
Democrat Rita Hart: 196,841 votes

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New York’s 1st Congressional District; 77% reported:

Republican Lee Zeldin (incumbent): 61.3%
Democrat Nancy Goroff: 38.7%

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New York’s 2nd Congressional District; 84% reported:

Republican Andrew Garbarino: 56.4%
Democrat Jackie Gordon: 42.6%

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New York’s 11th Congressional District; 85% reported:

Republican Nicole Malliotakis: 57.9%
Democrat Max Rose (incumbent): 42.1%

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New York’s 22nd Congressional District; 92% reported:

Republican Claudia Tenney: 50.4%
Democrat Anthony Brindisi (incumbent): 47.4%

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New York’s 24th Congressional District; 92% reported:

Republican John Katko (incumbent): 57.4%
Democrat Dana Balter: 38.9%

Stay tuned. Let’s see if Republicans can go 8-for-8, or if Democrats can somehow magically find thousands of more uncounted votes.

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About the Author:
John Salvatore has been a Writer and Editor of multiple political blogs since early 2015. He earned his Master’s degree in Public Administration upon completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. A diehard Los Angeles Dodgers fan, John can be reached at [email protected].




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