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On the Wednesday morning after election day, three Senate races and several House districts remain too close to call.

In the Montana Senate race, Democratic incumbent Sen. Jon Tester defends his seat leading Republican Matt Rosendale in a race that has come within a difference of about 1,000 votes and over 88% of precincts reporting. The Associated Press has projected Sen. Jon Tester to win.

In Arizona, the Senate seat being vacated by Republican Sen. Jeff Flake is currently too close to call with Republican Martha McSally holding a slim lead over Democrat Kyrsten Sinema.

In Florida, incumbent Democrat Sen. Bill Nelson is already calling for a recount in a race where Republican Gov. Rick Scott has declared victory. The initial votes for that contest are still being counted and may not be finalized until as late as Saturday afternoon.

In House district TX-23, the race between incumbent Republican Rep. Will Hurd and Democratic challenger Gina Ortiz Jones is too close to call, in a contest that has caused several news outlets to retract their initial projections.

In House district NM-2, the Secretary of State has yet to call the race between Democratic Xochitl Torres Small and Republican Yvette Herrell with nearly 8,000 absentee ballots yet to be posted. The race is currently separated by 2,000 votes with Republican Yvette Herrell leading her opponent.

The race for NJ-3 is too close to call, with Republican incumbent Rep. Tom MacArthur leading Democratic challenger Andy Kim in another race that could take days to count.

In NY-22, Democratic state Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi leads Republican incumbent Claudia Tenney by just over 1,400 votes with all precincts reporting, however, over 10,000 absentee votes have yet to be counted.

Other remaining too close to call races include AZ-1, CA-10, CA-25, CA-39, CA-45, CA-48, CA-49, GA-6, GA-7, ME-2, MN-1, NC-9, UT-4, WA-3, and WA-8.

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