Both ABC News and CBS News indicate that Arizona’s nailbiter of a Senate race will not be called until later this week (or even early next week). The delay is because more than 1 million outstanding early voting ballots still need to be counted. At the time of this writing, Republican Rep. Martha McSally held a slim 1 percentage point lead over Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema with 75 percent of expected votes reporting, according to ABC News.\nWe’re also still waiting on the outcome of 11 House races (largely in California and Washington; it’ll be awhile before we have final results there because so many ballots are cast by mail and may not even have been delivered to officials yet), but the Democrats have secured a majority in the chamber with 223 seats compared to the 201 seats Republicans won.\nAs for governors races, Stacey Abrams has not yet conceded in Georgia, but it looks as if Secretary of State Brian Kemp has secured 50 percent of the vote and is poised to win the contest there.\nBecause we don’t anticipate getting any more results soon, we’re going to shut down the live blog. (One exception: The forecast to the right, including the net seat change in the House and Senate, will continue to update.)\nThanks for following along with us for the past two days, and stay tuned for more analysis on the site!