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Lauren Boebert arrives to the House Republican caucus leadership elections at the U.S. Capitol, on Nov. 15, 2022.
Lauren Boebert arrives to the House Republican caucus leadership elections at the U.S. Capitol, on Nov. 15, 2022. Al Drago / Bloomberg via Getty Images

Midterm elections roundup: Then there were 9 uncalled races

A handful of statewide and House contests have not yet been called.


Although control of Congress and most battleground races have been decided, a handful of uncalled contests still remain. Here’s a look at the races where the results are still unclear, per the NBC News Decision Desk, with their latest vote totals as of 7 a.m. ET:


  • AK-GOV: The Alaska governor’s race is too early to call with 81% of the expected vote in. GOP Gov. Mike Dunleavy leads the pack with 51% of the vote among voters’ first choice. He’ll need to hold that share of the vote to avoid instant runoffs under the state’s ranked choice voting system (which is how the state’s Senate race will be decided). Democrat Les Gara has the next highest vote share at 24%.
  • AZ-AG: This race is too close to call, with 97% of the expected vote in. Democrat Kris Mayes leads Trump-backed Republican Abraham Hamadeh by just 236 votes.
  • WI-Sec State: The race between Democrat Doug LaFollette and Republican Amy Loudenback is also too close to call with 99% in. LaFollette is leading by roughly 7,600 votes.

House races

  • AK-AL: It’s still not clear if Democratic Rep. Mary Peltola will clear the 50% threshold on voters’ first choices to avoid instant runoffs. With 81% of the vote in, she’s leading with 48% while Republicans Sarah Palin and Nick Begich are at 26% and 24% respectively. 
  • CA-3: Just 60% of the expected vote for this open seat race is in, and Republican Kevin Kiley is at 52% while Democrat Kermit Jones is at 48%.
  • CA-13: Republican John Duarte is leading this open seat race against Democrat Adam Gray by just 827 votes, with 71% of the expected vote in.
  • CA-22: With just 51% of the expected vote in, GOP Rep. David Valadao is at 53% while Democrat Rudy Salas is at 47%.
  • CA-34: This race features two Democrats, Rep. Jimmy Gomez and David Kim, thanks to the state’s Top 2 primary system. Gomez is at 52% while Kim is at 48%, with 83% of the expected vote in.
  • CO-3: GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert is leading Democrat Adam Frisch by just 551 votes, with 99% of the expected vote in.