Here's where some election results stand: Nov. 4

Good morning, North State. Here is a look at where some of the races stand in the North State and nationwide.

Posted: Nov 4, 2020 8:36 AM

Presidency hinges on tight races in battleground states

This morning we wake to a presidential race with no clear winner. At this hour, there are thousands of ballots yet to count. Joe Biden now has 238 electoral votes and President Trump with 213.

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RESOURCES: Butte CountyShasta County, Tehama County, Glenn County, Modoc County, Trinity County

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NBC Projects: Dems keep House, GOP holds key Senate seats

NBC News is projecting that Democrats will maintain control of the U.S. House of Representatives. Democrats came into election day heavily favored to keep control of the chamber, in the 2018 midterm election, democrats flipped control of the house by gaining 40 seats. During the 2020 race, democrats largely focused their campaigns on protecting the affordable care act and efforts to combat coronavirus.

US House - District 1

The congressional race for the District 1 house seat is unfolding. Incumbent Republican Representative Doug LaMalfa is leading with 55% of the vote, over democratic challenger Audrey Denney at 45%.

State Assembly - District 3

It is a similar situation for the State Assembly District 3 race, with close to 73% of precincts reporting. Incumbent, Republican James Gallagher has a commanding lead over challenger James Hensen.

State Senate - District 1

In the State Senate District 1 race with almost 70% of precincts reporting, incumbent Brian Dahle is leading over democratic challenger Pamela Swartz with 60% of precincts reporting.

AP Projects: John Garamendi wins District 3 North Central

The Associated Press has called a winner in the District 3 house race. Democratic incumbent John Garamendi - garnering 58% of the vote, over republican challenger Tamika Hamilton pulling 42%.

Uber, Lyft spend big, win in California vote about drivers

California voters had 12 propositions to decide this election. Results are in for several - perhaps the biggest - Proposition 22 which impacts gig workers. It has been one of the most talked about and expensive campaign pushes. Proposition 22 passed with 58% percent of the vote, that law allows ride-share companies like Lyft and Uber to label drivers as independent contractors, not employees. That means those companies won't have to provide benefits for those workers.

California Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 1114524

Reported Deaths: 18726
CountyCasesDeaths
Los Angeles3645207438
San Bernardino845311129
Riverside806761400
San Diego71648968
Orange696941554
Kern38316445
Fresno35973471
Sacramento33133546
Santa Clara30676463
Alameda27485499
San Joaquin24649503
Contra Costa22412258
Stanislaus20370416
Tulare19752303
Ventura18040174
Imperial15053353
San Francisco14445158
Monterey13886113
San Mateo13203169
Sonoma11428155
Merced10986176
Santa Barbara10922133
Kings1003886
Solano934980
Marin7518128
Placer577867
Madera571480
San Luis Obispo561835
Yolo419975
Shasta409542
Santa Cruz389827
Butte366459
Napa275717
Sutter263813
El Dorado19304
San Benito174115
Yuba173210
Lassen14803
Tehama143523
Mendocino138522
Nevada10189
Lake83218
Glenn8296
Humboldt7309
Tuolumne7088
Colusa6426
Mono4993
Siskiyou4951
Amador45016
Calaveras43421
Inyo28316
Del Norte2731
Plumas1770
Trinity1130
Modoc1110
Mariposa1042
Alpine420
Sierra170
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Chico
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Mostly sunny & dry weather is ahead for your Monday. The potential for showers will return to mostly mountain areas late Tuesday night through Wednesday .We'll be drying back out for Thanksgiving.
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