California voters are sending a slightly more diverse delegation to represent them in Congress next January, but it will remain largely the same at its political core.
Results in just two of California’s congressional races were still too close to call Wednesday afternoon and in both, the incumbents were in the lead.
Regardless of those outcomes, California Democrats will continue to hold a majority of the state’s 53 districts. They now hold 39 seats to Republicans’ 14 seats, and the final ratio for the next two years is likely to be similar.
California’s newest members include three Latinos and an...