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    A quick response from San Diego Fire-Rescue saved a Kearny Mesa offroad vehicle shop thousands of dollars in lost property.

    Smoke was billowing from all four sides of the Off Road Warehouse on Balboa Avenue when DFD crews arrived just before 9 p.m.

    The warehouse's display floor is stocked top to bottom with custom pieces and hardware for off-road enthusiasts. 

    Once it was discovered what was on fire, crews called for the assistance from a second alarm. That brought double the firefighters and resources.

    The cause of the fire has not been determined. The extent of the damage is also not known yet, according to SDFD.

    The business was closed at the time the fire started and no one was inside.

    No other information was available.

    Please refresh this page for updates on this story. Details may change as more information becomes available.


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    A power outage in North Park left more than 2,200 customers without power Saturday morning.

    San Diego Gas and Electric said the power outage occurred at 7:54 a.m.

    Communities in University Heights, North Park, Normal Heights, Kensington, Talmadge, and West State College were affected.

    SDG&E said it expects power to be restored by 10:30 a.m. Saturday.

    The cause of the outage is not known at this time.

    No other information was available.

    Please refresh this page for updates on this story. Details may change as more information becomes available.


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    To help make sure you stay informed on the most shared and talked about stories in San Diego County, each Saturday we'll revisit five stories from the previous week and capsulize them in this digest with the most recent updates.

    Otay Ranch Brush Fire Started by Teens: CVFD Chief

    People living in Otay Ranch are angry after a fire was started just a few feet from the units of Tersina Apartments. The vegetation fire was started in a park along Santa Cora Avenue. Witnesses believe teenagers may be responsible especially since there was an earlier fire in recent weeks approximately 40 yards away. Chula Vista police are considering the location a "special response area." If another incident happens, police will respond along with firefighters. 

    DNA Technology Solves Carlsbad Woman's Valentine's Day 2007 Killing

    Using cutting-edge DNA technology, Carlsbad police officers and the San Diego District Attorney's Office a man suspected of brutally killing Jodine Serrin in her home on Valentine’s Day 2007. Police said David Mabrito was linked to the murder via the recent advancement of DNA matching technology and genealogical experts. Mabrito, who was a transient, died from suicide in 2011. The same technology helped investigators track down a suspect in the Golden State Killer case.

    Retired Deputy U.S. Marshal Killed in Motorcycle Crash in La Mesa

    CHP officers are looking for BMW believed to have collided with a motorcycle being driven by a retired U.S. Marshal who was killed in the crash. John Brady was riding his 2017 Yamaha motorcycle on westbound I-8 at State Route 125 on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Brady, who had worked for the U.S. Marshals Service and the Air Force was working at the federal courthouse at the time of his death. "We were blessed," his wife, Cindy Brady said. "Most people could never have what we had. I truly loved him and I know he loved me. It was just wonderful."

    Mother Suspected of Driving Drunk in Crash That Injured 3 Children

    A mother faces felony charges for the traffic collision that injured three of her children, including an infant who was unrestrained. Mayra Alejandra Gonzalez, 29, was traveling with her three daughters when her Chevy Suburban collided head-on with another car at about 4:30 a.m. on Nov. 12. Her daughters, ages 8, 2, and 9 months were injured in the collision.

    Former Gulls Star Willie O'Ree Enters Hockey Hall of Fame

    On Monday, Willie O'Ree was finally inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame. In 1958, O'Ree broke hockey's color barrier 11 years after Jackie Robinson did the same thing for Major League Baseball. At the end of his induction speech, O'Ree said the game has grown significantly but the NHL still has issues with inclusion. Then he reminded us all of the opportunity that he received and asked us all a simple favor. "I leave this with you," said O'Ree. "When you return to your communities take a look around. Find a young boy or girl who needs the opportunity to play hockey and give it to them. You never know; they may make history."


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    A man was shot and later died at a Mountain View park early Saturday morning.

    At 3:19 a.m., San Diego Police Department officers heard gun shots while patrolling the area on Imperial Avenue.

    Police then spotted a man in the driveway of the Willie Henderson Sports Complex ten minutes later, SDPD said.

    He was shot at least once, said SDPD Homicide Lt. Matt Dobbs.

    Paramedics arrived on scene, but the man was pronounced dead at 3:59 a.m., according to Dobbs.

    Officers have not identified the man at this time; however, they described him as in his 20s or 30s.

    Witnesses said they saw two men in a white Volkswagen near the scene, but it is unclear if they were involved.

    “We have no indication that it’s gang related at this time,” Dobbs said.

    SDPD is still investigating.

    No other information was available.

    Please refresh this page for updates on this story. Details may change as more information becomes available.


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    A car wash in College East caught fire Saturday morning, according to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department.

    Flames and smoke could be seen coming from the roof of the building on El Cajon Boulevard, SDFD said.

    Nearly a dozen firefighters were spotted on the car wash’s roof dousing the fire.

    Crews received a call about the blaze at around 8 a.m.

    No other information was available.

    Please refresh this page for updates on this story. Details may change as more information becomes available.


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    A suspected gunman shot at a group of six people in Lincoln Park Saturday morning, injuring an elderly man, according to the San Diego Police Department.

    A man in his 60s was standing with five others near the corner of Euclid Avenue and Imperial Avenue at around 3:30 a.m., according to officers.

    The area is near a bus stop and a deli.

    A man in a black hoodie then approached the group and fired four shots at them, SDPD said.

    A bullet fragment struck the elderly man’s leg, according to SDPD.

    He was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

    The suspected shooter fled on foot, officers said.

    SDPD is investigating.

    Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.



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    Amid the ongoing hand recount for Florida's U.S. Senate and commissioner of agriculture contests, Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes said her office has misplaced more than 2,000 ballots.

    Snipes said the 2,040 ballots "are in the building" – referring to the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office in Lauderhill.

    The ballots were discovered missing after there was a discrepancy between the recount returns and the original unofficial returns. Snipes said some members of her team did not have as much training as others and possibly misplaced the ballots in the wrong tray during the machine recount.

    Snipes added that the vote totals and the number of people who participated in the election matched with the original unofficial returns.

    Snipes has been under heavy scrutiny over the way her office has handled the 2018 election and subsequent recount. Broward County's machine recount results were not used in a final tally because they were turned in two minutes after the 3 p.m. Thursday deadline.

    A hand recount is ongoing for the U.S. Senate and Florida commissioner of agriculture contests. More than eight million voters cast ballots in Florida.

    Outgoing Florida Gov. Rick Scott is leading incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson by about 12,600 votes.

    Florida's 67 counties have until noon on Sunday to turn in the results for the hand recount to the Florida Department of State.



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    LAUDERHILL, FL - NOVEMBER 10: Dr. Brenda Snipes, Broward County Supervisor of Elections, looks on during a canvassing board meeting on November 10, 2018 in Lauderhill, Florida. Three close midtern election races for governor, senator, and agriculture commissioner are expected to be recounted in Florida. (Photo by Joe Skipper/Getty Images)LAUDERHILL, FL - NOVEMBER 10: Dr. Brenda Snipes, Broward County Supervisor of Elections, looks on during a canvassing board meeting on November 10, 2018 in Lauderhill, Florida. Three close midtern election races for governor, senator, and agriculture commissioner are expected to be recounted in Florida. (Photo by Joe Skipper/Getty Images)

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    Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum on Saturday conceded in the Florida gubernatorial election to Ron DeSantis.

    Gillum, the Democratic candidate, made the statement in a post on Twitter that comes two days after the machine recount results showed Republican DeSantis maintained his lead and the margin between both candidates was not enough to trigger a manual recount.

    "I want to congratulate @RonDeSantisFL on becoming the next Governor of the great state of Florida. My wife R. Jai and I could not be prouder of the way we ran this race. We could not be more thankful to my running mate, @ChrisKingFL and his wife Kristen," Gillum wrote.

    "Most importantly, from the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you for being part of this campaign. I wouldn’t be here without the support that was shown by millions of Floridians. I encourage y’all to keep fighting for what we believe in," Gillum added.

    During a Facebook live video, Gillum said that he will remain politically active and that his followers should "stay tuned."

    DeSantis replied to Gillum's Twitter post: "This was a hard-fought campaign. Now it’s time to bring Florida together.

    President Donald Trump earlier on Saturday congratulated Gillum on the hard-fought campaign in Florida.

    "Congratulations to Andrew Gillum on having run a really tough and competitive race for Governor of the Great State of Florida. He will be a strong Democrat warrior long into the future - a force to reckon with!" Trump wrote on Twitter.

    A manual recount was ordered in Florida's election for the U.S. Senate race between outgoing Florida Gov. Rick Scott and incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, as well as the Florida commissioner of agriculture race between Democrat Nikki Fried and Republican Matt Caldwell.



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    FILE - In this combination of Oct. 21, 2018 file photos Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, left, and Florida Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis speak during a CNN debate in Tampa, Fla. Races for governor, legislative seats and other state-level offices have attracted more than $2 billion in campaign contributions this year. That nearly matches contributions to congressional elections, the highest profile political events this year. The top states this year for reported contributions to candidates are, in order, Illinois, California, Texas, Florida, New York, Georgia and Pennsylvania. Polls have consistently shown a tight race in Florida between DeSantis, a loyalist to President Donald Trump, and Tallahassee Mayor Gillum.FILE - In this combination of Oct. 21, 2018 file photos Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, left, and Florida Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis speak during a CNN debate in Tampa, Fla. Races for governor, legislative seats and other state-level offices have attracted more than $2 billion in campaign contributions this year. That nearly matches contributions to congressional elections, the highest profile political events this year. The top states this year for reported contributions to candidates are, in order, Illinois, California, Texas, Florida, New York, Georgia and Pennsylvania. Polls have consistently shown a tight race in Florida between DeSantis, a loyalist to President Donald Trump, and Tallahassee Mayor Gillum.

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    A motorcyclist died after colliding with a car in Julian Saturday afternoon.

    The crash left the motorcyclist trapped under the car, according to Cal Fire San Diego.

    The incident happened near State Route 79 and Sunrise Highway at around 1:50 p.m., officials said.

    Westbound traffic was blocked at the crash site. Traffic Control is in place.

    The motorcyclist was pronounced dead roughly 30 minutes later, Cal Fire San Diego tweeted.

    No other information was available.

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    A car drove into a home in Talmadge Saturday afternoon, leaving the driver seriously injured, according to the San Diego Police Department.

    The collision happened near Winona Avenue and Lucille Drive at around 2:30 p.m., officers said.

    The car hit a corner of the front of the house, damaging the exterior.

    No one else was injured, according to authorities.

    No other information was available.

    Please refresh this page for updates on this story. Details may change as more information becomes available.


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    November is National Adoption Month and to mark the occasion, 22 boys and girls from around the county were adopted Friday as part of National Adoption Day.

    This year, the County is celebrating 70 years of adoption services.

    San Diego's foster-care system struggles with finding homes for teens, children from minority backgrounds and siblings who want to stay together.

    But that didn’t take away from the joy felt in the San Diego County Juvenile Courthouse on Friday.

    Isis Aranda was among the 18 other families who participated in National Adoption Day.

    Her family of four is now a family of five.

    The newest member of the family is 10-year-old Hector.

    He's been staying with them for three years but Friday made it all official.

    A decision that wasn't hard for Aranda and her family since Hector is her cousin's son.

    “I’m happy that the day is finally here,” she said. “Hector woke up today at 3 a.m. and again at 5 because of how excited he was.”

    The same excitement echoed when Bob Hanley and Aaron Omlor signed the dotted line to officially adopt Eric Hanley Omlor. He had been in the foster system for two years. Friday was a dream come true for the little guy two days shy of his 10th birthday.

    “I feel special, my hopes went up when I met Bob and Aaron and they said they would sign the papers,” Hanley Omlor said. 


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    Sentencing for a man who fled after fatally hitting a Chula Vista teenager was postponed Friday so attorneys could have more time to prepare for the hearing.

    George Espinosa, 47, hit and killed Leilani Magno, 17, on July 8 while the teen was jogging along Lane Avenue near Scobee Park.

    Magno was struck and killed when Espinosa's truck apparently lost control, jumped the sidewalk and hit her from behind. Espinosa then fled the scene. He turned himself in the next day.

    "Because he was a coward and he ran away and turned himself in the next day," Marcos Rico, Magno's uncle, said. "We're not sure if he was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, all we know is he took off."

    Espinosa is the boy’s tennis head coach at Mater Dei High School, a private Catholic school only a few miles away from where Magno was struck and killed.

    Friday, the judge okayed the continuance of the sentencing in a hearing that lasted all of three minutes. Espinosa's sentencing has been rescheduled for Jan. 4.

    No fewer than 60-supporters of Magno’s family showed up. They all could not fit in the courtroom.

    Espinosa only spoke to answer questions by the judge related to the delay in sentencing.

    Afterward, Magno’s family said the delay only prolongs their heartache. They’re upset because now Espinosa gets to spend time with his family over the holidays, and they will never see Magno again.

    "We understand this individual wants to spend time with his family. Unfortunately, we don't have that opportunity," Melissa Rico, Magno's aunt, said. "We didn't even have the opportunity to see my niece and tell her we love her for one last time."

    Espinosa pleaded guilty on Aug. 30 to felony hit and run and misdemeanor involuntary manslaughter.

    He’s facing a maximum of five years in prison. He’s been freed on $100,000 bail.


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    A memorial service was held Saturday afternoon for the Coronado man killed in the shooting at a Thousand Oaks bar.

    Friends and family were invited to Samuelson Chapel at California Lutheran University to mourn and honor Justin Meek.

    The school is livestreaming the service on its website.

    Meek, 23, was a bouncer at the nightclub when gunfire broke out earlier this month. He attended CLU.

    The service began at 2 p.m. and will go until 4 p.m., according to its Facebook event page.

    Meek’s alma mater set up a scholarship in his memory. Called the Justin Meek Memorial Scholarship, people are able to donate to the school’s fund.

    His family set up a GoFundMe page to assist with any services or celebrations of his life. In one week, Meek’s family received more than $21,000 in donations.

    “The incredible outpouring love & support towards Justin & our family truly means the world,” the page said. “Our gratitude is immeasurable, & we continue to thank you all in helping us Honor our Justin.”


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    A woman was severely injured when she was struck by a car while crossing the street in Linda Vista on Saturday afternoon, police said.

    The woman was pushing a shopping cart in the crosswalk in front of the Thuan Phat Supermarket on Linda Vista Road around 5:30 p.m. when she was struck, San Diego police Officer Robert Heims said.

    The victim was bleeding from the nose and ear, San Diego Fire-Rescue spokesman Jose Ysea said. She was transported to Sharp Memorial Hospital with head, torso and abdominal injuries, SDPD Sgt. Buddy Johnson said.

    The female driver remained at the scene and police do not believe alcohol or distracted driving were a factor in the collision.

    The victim was crossing northbound in the crosswalk and the driver was heading eastbound on Linda Vista Road, Johnson said.

    Police are investigating to see who had the right of way.



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    Three suspects in a stolen car crashed into a fire hydrant following a brief chase Saturday, causing a geyser in front of a home in Escondido, police said.

    The chase started at 3:51 p.m. when police spotted the stolen car and ended a minute later at the intersection of El Norte Parkway and El Morte Hills Place when the suspects crashed into a fire hydrant, Lt. Bode Berreth said.

    The crash sheared off the hydrant and sent a plume of water around 150 feet into the air.

    The suspects, all men, ages 20, 21 and 26, were arrested with charges pending.


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    A Marine drill sergeant was killed in a motorcycle crash Friday evening, military officials said.

    Sgt. Gary Wilson, 33, of Fairfield, C.T., was traveling northbound on Interstate 15 when he crashed, according to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot. He pronounced dead at the scene, according to the California Highway Patrol.

    "We extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Sgt. Wilson," said Brig. Gen. Ryan Heritage, commanding general of MCRD San Diego. "Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult period. This is truly the loss of a fine Marine, and he will be missed greatly."

    Wilson was a drill instructor at MCRD after tours of duty in Okinawa and Camp Pendleton.

    He earned two Good Conduct Medals, three Sea Service Deployment Ribbons, National Defense Service Medal, and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.

    The cause of the crash is still under investigation.



    Photo Credit: photo by Lance Cpl. Erick J. ClarosVillalta/U.S. Marine Corps

    U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Gary G. Wilson, left, a drill instructor with Company L, 3d Recruit Training Battalion, Recruit Training Regiment, stares at an opponent at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Calif., Oct. 26, 2016. Wilson participated in the exercise as part of a martial arts instructor course. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Erick J. ClarosVillalta )U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Gary G. Wilson, left, a drill instructor with Company L, 3d Recruit Training Battalion, Recruit Training Regiment, stares at an opponent at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Calif., Oct. 26, 2016. Wilson participated in the exercise as part of a martial arts instructor course. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Erick J. ClarosVillalta )

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    As more migrants are continuing to pour into Tijuana just across the border, a group of volunteers from San Diego are collecting necessary supplies to help the migrants.

    An estimated 7,000 people are expected to arrive in the coming days. Shelters in the Tijuana were already full, and spaces were running out at a sports complex housing hundreds of families.

    While all of this was happening, a group of San Diegans stated a donation drive to help those south of the border.

    "The response has been absolutely amazing,” Steven Neider said. “It was only going to go for a few days but then people kept bringing and kept bringing, so we let it run and we have filled this place up pretty much to capacity."

    He is a part of the Otay Mesa Detention Resistance. The group started the donation drive because the wait for asylum is expected to be a long one. The group will cross the border and hand out all the donated items Sunday.

    Neider said the response has been overwhelming. People have donated new tents, blankets, clothes, food and diapers. These things are necessary because people are camping out at a sports complex and sleeping on a dirt field.

    "It's uplifting, it's amazing to see the community come together, pull together and help people in need," he said. "We have a lot of people on the ground there already and we have three different locations set up to bring them down and are distributing out of to caravan members."

    Nieder said when the distribution happens, people are so happy because they have so little.

    ”They're usually extremely thankful and it brings a smile and lets them know people care," he said.

    Click here for more information on how to help or where to drop off donated items.



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    A woman was killed by a hit-and-run driver early Sunday morning, police said.

    The accident happened around 12:20 a.m. at the intersection of Rosecrans and Newell streets, Officer Robert Heims said.

    It was unclear what type of vehicle hit her, he said.

    No other information was available.

    Anyone with any information on the hit-and-run was urged to contact the San Diego Police Department or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477

    Please refresh this page for updates on this story. Details may change as more information becomes available.



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    In numbers just updated by the Secretary of State's office, Florida Gov. Rick Scott has edged out Sen. Bill Nelson in the race for U.S. Senate by a difference of 10,033 votes. 

    Following a manual recount that was ordered last week for the U.S. Senate seat and the seat for Florida Commissioner of Agriculture, the Secretary of State released the completed machine and manual recount numbers.

    Scott had 50.05% of the vote with 4,099,505 votes. Nelson had 49.93% of the vote with 4,089,472 votes.

    In the seat for Commissioner of Agriculture, Nikki Fried had a 6,753 vote lead over Republican Matt Caldwell. Fried had 50.04% of the vote with 4,032,954 votes, while Republican Matt Caldwell had 49.96% of the vote with 4,026,201 votes. 

    Sen. Bill Nelson is expected to make a statement Sunday at 3 p.m. following the release of the official returns. 

    The votes are scheduled to be certified by the state at 9 a.m. Tuesday. 

    Broward County submitted their electoral returns to the state Sunday morning.

    The deadline for all 67 counties to submit their official results to the Secretary of State was noon on Sunday.

    The remaining races that were being recounted manually are for the U.S. Senate seat between outgoing Florida Gov. Rick Scott and incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, as well as the Florida Commissioner of Agriculture race between Democrat Nikki Fried and Republican Matt Caldwell.

    Miami-Dade submitted their results on Friday. 

    Broward's canvassing board sent the initial unofficial machine counted results for Sunday’s noon deadline.

    On Saturday, the Broward elections office announced that they had misplaced 2,040 ballots, causing a discrepancy between the initial unofficial returns reported to the state and the subsequent machine recount.

    Dr. Brenda Snipes, the Supervisor of Elections, made the announcement about the missing ballots on Saturday, and made it clear that they were in the building.

    “When we assigned baskets of ballots to individuals who worked at the machines, they worked on the page ones, they scanned the page ones, and if there was an error message in the system, they may have taken those ballots and put them in the wrong tray,” said Snipes. “I really want to go on record that the votes are in the building.”

    Snipes has been under heavy scrutiny over the way her office has handled the 2018 election and subsequent recount. Broward County’s machine recount results were not used in a final tally because they were turned in two minutes after the 3 p.m. Thursday deadline.

    Issues continued on Sunday for Broward County, though. There were issues with the general election numbers submitted to the canvassing board from the supervisor of elections. The judges on the canvassing board caught the mistake and corrected it for the official report. 

    The documents amended by the canvassing board reflect all votes cast in the general election.

    Florida’s gubernatorial race was not subject to the manual recount. But on Saturday, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum conceded in the election to Republican Ron DeSantis.

    Gillum, the Democratic candidate, made the statement in a post on Twitter that came two days after the machine recount results showed DeSantis maintained his lead and the margin between both candidates was not enough to trigger a manual recount.

    Recount results will include overseas and military votes submitted since Election Day. Ballots for those votes had to be postmarked or signed and dated no later than the date of the election. Also included in the results of the manual recount, are ballots from anyone who fixed a signature mismatch by the Saturday deadline, and a base count of votes.



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    Sen Bill Nelson and Gov. Rick Scott.Sen Bill Nelson and Gov. Rick Scott.

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    The 2018 midterms remade Congress for the next two years, but they also hinted at a changing electoral map for the next presidential race. Broad gaps in exit poll numbers combined with the results for Nov. 6 suggest that the battleground states of 2020 may look a bit different than they did in the 2016 campaign, NBC News reported.

    Three numbers jump out of the national House exit poll data: The Republican edge with white voters, the growing Democratic advantage with voters who hold a bachelor's degree and the consistent Democratic lean among Hispanics.

    Ohio had two Republican-held competitive House seats in 2018 - one "tossup" and one "lean Republican" according to the Cook Political Report - and both wound up going for the Republican candidate fairly comfortably. And in the state's gubernatorial race, an open seat to replace Republican John Kasich, the GOP's Mike DeWine won in a race that, again, was forecasted as a tossup.

    With a population that is 79 percent white, non-Hispanic, Ohio stands far above the national average of about 61 percent. The percentage of people with a bachelor's degree, about 27 percent, is three points below the national average. And the Hispanic population, about 4 percent, is 14 points below the national figure. In short, on the factors that mattered in the exit polls, Ohio looks Republican. So much so, that the perpetual battleground seems less and less likely to be in play in 2020.



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    This file photo shows a poll worker in Laguna Beach, California, on Nov. 6, 2018.This file photo shows a poll worker in Laguna Beach, California, on Nov. 6, 2018.

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