Well, they are still counting votes, and Terán still has a shot of coming out on top.
The ballots that are being counted now are mail in ballots that arrived close to deadline. Many of these votes were cast as a result of get-out-the-vote campaigns from Latino organizations that were targeting the same sort of low efficacy voters that Teran was.
The current standings are:
Robert Meza – 4041
Raquel Terán – 3721
That’s a gain of 546 for Meza and 933 for Teran. Teran would have to get two thirds of the remaining votes to pull off a win. That would normally be a pretty big hill to climb, but in this case, it would mean just to continue the trend she’s got with these mail-in ballots.