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Some Statewide And San Diego County Races Still Too Close To Call

Voters turn in ballots at the San Diego County Registrar of Voters in Kearny ...

Credit: Matt Hoffman/KPBS

Above: Voters turn in ballots at the San Diego County Registrar of Voters in Kearny Mesa, Nov. 5, 2018.

The national focus is on votes still being counted in Georgia and Florida, but there are still thousands of votes left to be counted across California and even in San Diego County.

For most races, the remaining ballots won’t make a difference, however, there are several races, primarily in the North County that are still undecided.

The most high profile and surprising is the race for mayor in Escondido where incumbent Mayor Sam Abed is now trailing his challenger Paul McNamara by 237 votes as of Wednesday night's update.

KPBS reporter Alison St John joins Midday Edition Thursday to talk about the close local races, CalMatters senior editor Dan Morain has details on the close statewide races.

Some Statewide And San Diego County Races Still Too Close To Call

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Alison St John, North County reporter, KPBS

Dan Morain, senior editor, CalMatters

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