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Up by only five votes

Here is another case that proves every vote counts. If you watched Need to Know’s special election show, you saw our piece on redistricting. The race we followed was District 28 in Ohio. It pitted the one-term incumbent, Democrat Connie Pillich, against Tea Party Republican Mike Wilson. And the winner is… we don’t know. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Pillich was winning by just five votes. So we won’t know the outcome until November 23rd when the 1546 provisional ballots will finally be counted. If it is still too close, there may be a recount. Stay tuned.

 
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