Hopefully, this is the last update we'll have to make about the Attorney General's race!
We went through and did another county-by-county canvass, and we now have Kamala Harris (D) leading Steve Cooley (R) by 37,662 votes, 4,251,331 to 4,213,669. This count is about 100,000 votes ahead of the SoS.
Again we sync up the estimates, and my estimation of the number of unprocessed ballots differs from the UBR for the following counties:
Butte: +222; the county reports 18,229 ballots left.
Del Norte: -1,002 for votes added since November 8.
El Dorado: -1,795 for votes added since November 9.
Fresno: -8,687 for votes added since November 12.
Imperial: -6,089 for votes added since November 6.
Kern: -4,831 for votes added since November 8.
Marin: -19,108 for votes added since November 8.
Mariposa: -267; this is the county's "final update."
Nevada: -4,730; the county estimated 4,730 outstanding on November 8 but has added 6,692 votes since then.
Orange: -53,404; the county reports 912 ballots left.
Placer: +27,956; vote counts have not been updated since November 3.
Riverside: -11,300; the county reports 18,400 ballots left.
San Diego: -44,970; the county reports 27,000 ballots left.
San Francisco: -18,892 for votes added since November 8.
San Luis Obispo: -826 for votes added since November 12.
San Mateo: -26,812; this is the county's "final unofficial results."
Santa Clara: -18,100; the county estimated 18,100 outstanding on November 10 but has added 18,174 votes since then.
Tehama: -1,976 for votes added since November 10.
Ventura: -6,142 for votes added since November 11.
Yolo: -9,791; the county reports 0 ballots unprocessed.
Therefore, we estimate 428,179 ballots left unprocessed (compared to the SoS' 671,594.)
The remaining territory is pretty much a wash, with our estimates having Harris gaining 47 votes to pad her margin.
As with last time, the ballots reporting have been more friendly to Kamala than before; she's doing 0.36% better than we expected her to based on the November 13 canvass and 0.65% better than expected based on the November 8 canvass. Here are the relative swings in each county since the November 13th and 8th updates.