LOS ANGELES, Calif.–District Attorney Steve Cooley held a narrow lead today as elections officials continued tallying votes in the race for state attorney general.

When polls closed last Tuesday and initial votes were counted, Cooley found himself trailing San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris by nearly 15,000 votes. But with thousands of provisional and questioned ballots remaining to be counted, the race was too close to call.

According to the latest update released today by the Secretary of State’s Office, Cooley had 3,674,316 votes–giving him a 19,189-vote lead over Harris, who had 3,655,127.

Harris campaign officials said they were still confident their candidate would prevail.

“There are still many votes left to count,” said Debbie Mesloh, senior adviser to the Harris campaign.

“We are confident that uncounted ballots will only bolster Kamala Harris, as they will reflect Harris’ strong election-day advantage.”

Cooley had actually declared victory on the night of the election, but backed off when he was trailing by night’s end.