Four more seats decided, all to Democrats. Republicans now hold a 217-208 edge, meaning they are still just one seat away from claiming a majority. Don’t get your hopes up (or down), Republicans are leading in enough remaining seats that they will definitely get at least one more.
Updated map – as always, click for a larger view:
Results we now know:
Alaska at large: the entire state
California-3: the rural Sierra Nevada mountains and the northeastern suburbs of Sacramento, including Roseville
California-13: Merced and surrounding areas
California-22: The eastern half of Bakersfield and rural areas to the north
California-27: Northern Los Angeles County, including Lancaster, Palmdale, Glendora, and Pasadena
California-34: The eastern part of the city of Los Angeles
California-47: Long Beach and coastal Orange County
California-49: Oceanside and San Juan Capistrano
Colorado-3: Pueblo, Grand Junction, and the rural western third of the state
Maine-2: Mostly-rural northern and eastern Maine
When will we know the full composition of the House? What will the final party count be? No idea!
The mission of these posts is not to speculate, the mission is to provide up-to-date, accurate, beautiful maps. Stay tuned for updates.