Well, on that note of semi-uncertainty, we’re going to bring tonight’s liveblog to a close. Here’s a list of what’s remaining to be called:
TX-28 (D): As just mentioned, Democratic incumbent Rep. Henry Cuellar leads Jessica Cisneros by 177 votes, with what we think is everything reported except possibly for provisional ballots.
TX-15 (D): If that’s not close enough, in the Democratic runoff for this Dem-held open seat, Michelle Vallejo leads Ruben Ramirez by 22 votes, also allegedly with everything reported.
GA-SoS (D & R): The AP has just called the Republican side of the race for incumbent Brad Raffensperger, who contrary to expectations managed to avoid a runoff against Rep. Jody Hice. He won’t know his opponent until after the Dem runoff, as Bee Nguyen unexpectedly got pushed into a runoff, currently at 44% (though the second slot still looks too close to call).
GA-13 (D): Inexplicably, there’s no call yet for Democratic incumbent David Scott, who’s currently at 66%.
GA-02 (R): Pretty far in the weeds (though this could still be a close race in November), neither spot has been called for the Republican runoff here; at 37% and 31% respectively, Jeremy Hunt and Chris West look likely to move on to the runoff.
MN-01 (R): No call yet on the Republican winner in the primary for the special election in the vacant 1st; interestingly, the more establishment-flavored Brad Finstad has narrowly taken the lead over Jeremy Munson, currently 38-37. (Remember there’s no runoffs in Minnesota, so we’ll have to see tomorrow how the last few votes shake out.)
That’s all for tonight; thanks for following along with us at Daily Kos Elections.