According to the New York Times election results board, with 100% of precincts reporting, only 0.5% separates the Democratic and Republican candidates. Additional votes which may be counted, such as provisional ballots, make this race too close to call.
Tom Horner of the Independence Party got 11.9% in this race, with several other candidates in the race:
Chris Wright Grassroots Party 7,513 0.4%
Farheen Hakeem Green Party 6,188 0.3%
Ken Pentel Ecology Democracy Party 6,178 0.3%
Linda Eno Resource Party 4,092 0.2%
In the other three gubernatorial races which the NY Times considers too close to call at this time:
Illinois, 99% reporting – 0.5% separate the Democrat and Republican
Scott Lee Cohen Independent 134,219 3.6%
Rich Whitney Green Party 99,625 2.7%
Lex Green Libertarian Party 34,293 0.9%
In Connecitcut, again 0.5% separate the Democratic and Republican candidates. With 99% reporting, Independent Party candidate Thomas Marsh has 17,223 votes for 1.5%.
Finally, in Vermont, with 98% reporting, NY Times lists the following results:
Dem. 115,485 49.4%
Rep. 111,988 47.9%
Ind. 1,868 0.8%
Ind. 1,773 0.8%
Ind. 1,289 0.6%
Ind. 853 0.4%
L.U. 423 0.2%
I believe that, as with some of the other states above, some of what the NY Times labels “Ind.” candidates actually did have a party label, but that’s all the time I’m going to put into researching this post at the moment. The names I recognize there are Dennis Steele, who is affiliated with a secessionist movement that wants to take Vermont out of the United States, and Cris Ericson, a libertarian/marijuana candidate. L.U. stands for Liberty Union, which is a socialist party in Vermont only.
Democrats are in the lead in all four races.