Berg has 55.08 percent in those precincts to 44.56 for Heitkamp.
The Associated Press has already called the North Dakota Governor's race for Republican Gov. Jack Dalrymple.
I'll have a story on the Governor's race as soon as possible.
Burke, Sheridan and Cavalier Counties are the three counties with all of their precincts in.
With 12 precincts in, the Senate candidates are separated by fewer than 100 votes.
In the presidential race, the New York Times has Obama up about 100 votes.
With 15 precincts in, Heitkamp has the lead.
Baesler is up for superintendent of public instruction, with 17 precincts reporting.
Heitkamp has a slim lead with 36 precincts reporting.
40 precincts reporting now.
Heitkamp still holds a slim lead.
The "no" votes are leading on Measure 5, and the "yes" votes are up on measures 3 and 4.
With 43 precincts in, Heitkamp is up almost 1,000 votes.
Many counties remain to be counted, including the high-population ones -- Cass, Burleigh, Grand Forks, Ward, Williams and Stark. Heitkamp won Stutsman County.
Yes, Roger, they usually do. I'm in a remote location, but maybe someone in the newsroom tonight can give us a pizza play-by-play?
Help me out, adair. What are Greenwood and Henning running for?
Adair -- Stark County polls would close an hour later because they are in Mountain time. There aren't any results from them yet.
Nope. I'm just out of pizza luck this year. We don't tend to have much leftover food in the newsroom.
Sometimes it takes awhile for the results to come in.
Thanks, Terry. Greenwood is about 100 votes ahead with 2/35 precincts reporting.
More than 1/4 of the precincts are in.
Just called Burleigh and Morton counties. They promise results will be posted soon. Everybody in but Lincoln results for Burleigh.
Baesler is leading Potter by about 10 percent in the race for superintendent of public instruction with 129/426 precincts reporting.
The Senate race is still really close. Heitkamp is up more than 1,100 votes.
It's super close. Berg is now up 37,055 votes to Heitkamp's 36,978 votes.
No results have been posted for Districts 7, 30 or 32 yet (Bismarck) or District 34 (Mandan). With 129 precincts reporting, (R) Rick Berg is less than 100 votes up on (D) Heidi Heitkamp for U.S. Senate and (R) Kevin Cramer is leading (D) Pam Gulleson for U.S. House 55.2%-41.3%.
I think you're right, Brittany. It's especially interesting, because people are paying attention to that one all over the country.
With 167 precincts in, Heitkamp is up 50.32 percent to 49.22 percent for Berg.
Western counties are showing strong returns for Berg.