Live 2022 midterm election results: A look at the balance of power, California maps, races to watch


SAN FRANCISCO– This year’s election includes top-tier races for the San Francisco Bay Area, the State of California and the United States.

2022 election results: Live updates as House and Senate races could affect balance of power

When polls close at 8 p.m., head here to check out the latest Bay Area results for the 2022 midterm elections.

Tonight, ABC7 News will bring you local, state and national updates on our live stream from 8-11 p.m. Watch in the video player above, on our mobile apps, or download the ABC7 Bay Area app to watch on Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple, and Android TV.

The 2022 midterm elections promise to be a historic and defining moment in American politics.

Democrats currently have little control over the US Congress, and Republicans are hoping to make big gains to win back power.

The outcome of this election will determine not only the future of congressional scrutiny, but also the outlook for the rest of President Joe Biden’s agenda while in office.

Balance of power

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California Governor’s Race Results

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