While control of the Senate has been settled, the House is still up for grabs.
As of Monday morning, there were 19 uncalled races, many of them in western states where Democrats are hoping to flip Republican-held seats. Not all of these races are squeakers, though; some of them clearly favor one party but haven’t been called yet simply because not enough votes have been counted.
Here’s a closer look at some of the most competitive districts — the ones that are likeliest to decide control of the House.
Arizona: The races in Arizona’s First District (where Democrats are hoping to unseat Representative David Schweikert) and Sixth District (an open seat featuring Juan Ciscomani, a Republican, and Kirsten Engel, a Democrat) are both within a single percentage point.
California: Democrats have a chance of defeating Republican incumbents in a handful of California seats, including Representative David Valadao in the 22nd District and Ken Calvert in the 41st District. There is also a very close race for an open seat in the 13th District.
Colorado: Democrats have a small chance to flip a seat in the Third District, where their candidate, Adam Frisch, trails Representative Lauren Boebert by a little over 1,000 votes but could potentially come out ahead if he does well in ballots from military members, American citizens overseas and voters who “cure” rejected ballots.
Oregon: One close race remains in the Sixth District, between Andrea Salinas, a Democrat, and Mike Erickson, a Republican.