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After all that Guam excitement, there's more to come. Two House seats are up for grabs in Louisiana on Saturday, with Cazayoux having a great chance to pick a seat deep in red country. The chances are slim but if we get both wins the superdelegate total will be at 796 for the first time since January. You can read more about both races at the Daily Kingfish. Polls have closed at 9:00 Eastern.
Gilda Reed (D) - 22%
Steve Scalise (R) - 75%
LA-06 Special Election Results
Don Cazayoux (D) - 49% - 49,702
Woody Jenkins (R) - 46% - 46,741
Early returns are from precincts favorable to Jenkins. Expect the gap to close.
Update: 10:05 - but it's not really closing. Gap is currently 4,100 votes.
10:10 Gap down to 3,800 votes.
10:13 Now we're getting somewhere. Gap down to 1,500 votes.
10:22 Gap under 1,000 votes. Note: There is no runoff if no candidate gets 50%.
10:25 Gap back to 2,000 votes. The precincts are highly partisan, so we're getting lots of back and forth as different precincts are added in.
10:48 After a 20 minute delay in reporting updates, Cazayoux has pulled into the lead! He's up by 2,000 votes!
10:50: CAZAYOUX WINS! 99% in, up by 3,000 votes.