Republican Martha McSally conceded to Democrat Kyrsten Sinema in the Arizona Senate race on Monday, ending one of the few races whose outcome was still uncertain.
Here are the most high-profile races that have not yet been officially called or that are undergoing recounts one week later:
- Florida governor: Ron DeSantis (R) vs. Andrew Gillum (D): Though DeSantis was initially declared the winner, more votes came in putting Gillum less than a half of a point behind. This triggered a machine recount under Florida law. If the machine recount, which must be completed by Nov. 15, shows Gillum only a quarter of a point behind or less, there will be a hand recount.
- Georgia governor: Stacey Abrams (D) vs. Brian Kemp (R): As provisional ballots continue to be counted, a federal judge has ruled that Georgia must not certify the election results before Friday at 5 p.m. Abrams would need a net gain of about 21,000 votes to force a Dec. 4 runoff, AP reports.
- Florida Senate: Bill Nelson (D) vs. Rick Scott (R): Though Nelson, the incumbent, initially appeared to concede, more votes came in putting him less than a half of a point behind. The same state law that triggered a recount in the Florida governor race has also triggered a recount in this race.
Meanwhile, some of the races that were expected to be tight or to have a lasting impact were called during election night or shortly after.
Here are the results of races with broader political significance that are officially over or that have been projected by ABC News.
- Texas senator: Ted Cruz (R) vs. Beto O'Rourke (D): Cruz has been re-elected, defeating O'Rourke.
- North Dakota senator: Heidi Heitkamp (D) vs. Kevin Cramer (R): Heitkamp has conceded to Cramer, ABC News reports.
- Indiana senator: Joe Donnelly (D) vs. Mike Braun (R): Donnelly has conceded to Braun, ABC News reports.
- Missouri senator: Claire McCaskill (D) vs. Josh Hawley (R): Hawley has won, unseating incumbent McCaskill, ABC News reports.
- Nevada senator: Dean Heller (R) vs. Jacky Rosen (D): Heller conceded to Rosen.
- Arizona senator: Martha McSally (R) vs. Kyrsten Sinema (D): McSally conceded on Monday, Nov. 12.
The Associated Press, ABC News and FiveThirtyEight contributed to this report.
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