Correction: In HD119, Liz Campos defeated Jennifer Ramos, 56%-44%, not the other way around, as we reported late last night. The report on our website has been corrected. We regret the error.
Campaign Finance: Today is the deadline for federal and state officeholders and candidates to file campaign finance reports covering various periods through June 30 (State runoff candidates are excluded.). Federal reports are available online in real time, and we will have our Crib Sheets updated by the end of the day. State reports are not typically available online until the next morning, so we will update those numbers tomorrow (Thursday).
Last night’s results remain unofficial. The outcomes of close races could change in the next few days.
As far as we can tell, all counties have counted the absentee ballots they received through yesterday, which was the deadline for most voters’ ballots to be returned. There remain a small but potentially results-shifting number of overseas and military ballots, most of which had to be postmarked by yesterday and received within five days. Voters who cast provisional ballots also have the opportunity to cure whatever caused them to vote provisionally, which would also enable those ballots to be counted.