Democrats have won all 11 House races that were too close to call Nov. 4.
Bera, Costa open small leads in California races.
Martha McSally (R) led Rep. Ron Barber by 161 votes.
Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-N.Y.) defeated Republican Mark Assini by 869 votes.
Rep. Julia Brownley's lead over challenger expanded to 2,370 votes.
Rep.-elect Alma Adams (D-N.C.) will become the 100th woman in the 113th Congress.
Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio) says low turnout among blacks isn't to blame for midterm losses.
Former Rep. Doug Ose has a 530-vote lead over Rep. Ami Bera.
Despite a night of other firsts, a pair of highly touted openly gay candidates fell short.
The conservative radio host wants the DCCC to retract an allegedly defamatory statement.