Neck and Neck
AG's race still too close to call.
Monday, November 8, 2010
Nearly a week after the November 2 election, Democrat Kamala Harris and Republican Steve Cooley are still locked in a tight battle for the Attorney General's office.
As of 7pm Nov. 8, Cooley, currently the Los Angeles District Attorney held a 19,000 vote lead over Harris, the San Francisco DA, but the two rivals have traded places several times as the count has progressed.
Some 1.7 million vote by mail, provisional and damaged ballots remain to be counted.