Now that Rep. Mary Bono Mack, R-Calif., has conceded, there are six uncalled House races remaining. Here's where things stand in California, Arizona, North Carolina, and Florida.
-- California's 7th and 52nd Districts:
As we reported Friday, in the 7th District Democrat Ami Bera expanded his lead over GOP Rep. Dan Lungren as Sacramento County tallied additional ballots. His lead is currently at 1,779 votes, and results will be updated again Tuesday.
In the 52nd District, Democrat Scott Peters' lead over Rep. Brian Bilbray also grew Friday: While Thursday the Republican trailed by 814 votes, by Friday the number was 1,334. The next update will come later today.
-- Arizona's 2nd and 9th Districts:
As counting continues, the latest in Arizona's 2nd District has Democratic Rep. Ron Barber up over 300 votes.
Over in the 9th District, Democratic nominee Krysten Sinema now leads GOP nominee Vernon Parker by nearly 5,800 votes.
-- North Carolina's 7th District:
Democratic Rep. Mike McIntyre is hanging on to
420 more votes than GOP challenger David Rouzer
and plans to return to work in DC this week -- but the numbers are expected to change as canvassing continues.
-- Florida's 18th District:
While the votes have all been counted in this race and GOP Rep. Allen West
continues to trail by more than the maximum number that would trigger an automatic recount. The Associated Press
A partial recount gave Rep. Allen West a slight bump Sunday in his fight to remain in Congress, but not enough to mandate a full review of ballots or to end threats of lawsuits from his campaign.
St. Lucie County's limited recount revised downward the totals for both West and the unofficial winner in the race, Democrat Patrick Murphy. Because Murphy lost more votes in the recount than West, it was a net gain for the Republican incumbent, though his margin of loss remained just above the threshold to order a full recount.
Though not required, St. Lucie County agreed to the partial recount to settle concerns over the processing of some early votes, which election officials said was done "out of an abundance of caution."
Still, a protracted legal fight by West appeared more likely with each passing day.