There is now just one uncalled House race remaining -- NY-1, where Democrat Tim Bishop narrowly leads Republican Randy Altschuler by 235 votes with 2,051 yet to be counted. Republicans are a net-gain of 63. Both parties will appear in a local courtroom on Tuesday to address all challenged ballots, and a state Supreme Court justice which of the challenged ballots will be counted and which will be set aside.
CALIFORNIA: “Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Pleasanton, has been re-elected to a third term, fending off a challenge from Republican David Harmer,” the San Francisco Chronicle reports. “His re-election means no California congressional seat changed party hands.”
MASSACHUSETTS: “An Associated Press review of town-by-town election returns shows Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick gained re-election in part by winning back more than two dozen cities and towns [Scott] Brown had captured in the Senate race” although the chairwoman of the state Republican party “cautioned against drawing too many parallels between the two campaigns, saying Brown was a stronger candidate than [Republican gubernatorial nominee Charles] Baker.”
MINNESOTA: “Minnesota hit the reset button Monday in another close election as workers began the tedious task of reviewing more than 2.1 million ballots in the governor's race — one at a time and under the watchful gaze of volunteers and lawyers for Democrat Mark Dayton and Republican Tom Emmer,” the AP writes.