REPORT: 5 races that might not be decided on Election Night


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As voters cast their ballots across the country, the number of tight races makes it all but inevitable that some contests won’t be called on Election Night — in several states and districts, the vote count could drag into the wee morning hours of Wednesday, and at least one might not be decided until late November, even December.

Here are just five races that could keep the midterm drama alive past Election Night:

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Georgia Governor

Democrat Stacey Abrams is neck-and-neck with Republican Brian Kemp. Georgia requires the leading candidate to pass a 50 percent threshold to avoid a Dec. 4 runoff. Should neither candidate achieve that, it would lead to another month before we know who is Georgia’s next governor.

Mississippi Senate

While Cindy Hyde-Smith enjoys a comfortable lead in the polls, Mississippi law requires the winning candidate to pick up 50 percent to avoid a run-off. Not even Hyde-Smith’s campaign thinks she will hit the 50 percent mark, meaning that a run-off is likely — something that would draw national attention to the South in the next few weeks, especially if control of the Senate is still at stake.

Arizona Senate 

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema is challenging Republican Martha McSally. Due to its geography, Arizona will start counting later.  We may not know the winner until Wednesday morning.

Wisconsin Governor

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is locked in a tight re-election battle with Democratic challenger Tony Evers.  With the race so close, it could be until Wednesday when a winner is declared.

California House

California calls its races later than the rest of the country. One of those races could be the 48th District, where incumbent Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher is likewise in a dead heat with Democratic challenger Harley Rouda.

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