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Ohio, Kansas race too close to

President Trump to give the notices, can be reported in the close wins Ohio House candidate Troy Balderson, and the Kansas gubernatorial hopeful Kris Kobach; Kristin Fischer about the results of the election.

The nail-biter of 12 constituency play in Ohio Wednesday got even closer to 588 uncounted votes were in a suburb of Columbus, according to County officials.

The ballots were counted, and Danny O’connor, a Democrat, won 190 votes to Republican Troy Balderson. The GOP candidate who was supported by President Trump, currently leads from 1,564 votes.

The Franklin County Board of elections said in a press release that the newly discovered voting had slips of paper are not “processed in the Tab-system”, and the Problem was fixed.

O’connor, of Franklin County, celebrated the news, tweeting the red sirens and informed his followers that he is confident that he soon explained the winner. He asked for donations to fight more that the votes are “counted fairly.”

? 6:05 PM UPDATE ?

We only netted 190 VOTES from Franklin County!

We are confident that DANNY WILL WIN if ALL the votes are counted, but we had used up to the special election.

Please make donations of $5, make sure EVERY LAST VOTE is counted fairly.https://t. co/c4xUZd1ngr

— Danny O’connor (@dannyoconnor1) 8. August 2018

The Cincinnati Enquirer reported that 3,435 provisional ballots and 5,048 absentee ballot Aug be counted. 18, Aug. 24 period of time. Ohio requires a recount if a candidate wins with less than half a percentage point.

The winner takes on the U.S. house seat previously by Republicans Pat Tiberi nniger, who resigned in January.

The first results of which were as a big win by the Republicans, who insist, in November, the “blue wave” is a wave.

Democrats, apparently, just shy in a special election, as O ‘Connor’ s the turnout is a victory in itself. They point to the fact Trump won the district by 11 percentage points in 2016. The district has a Republican representative for the last three decades.

“It is one more piece of evidence that, in the midst of a lot of other that this is a good environment for Democrats, and it offers a number of options to the party in the fall,” said Kyle Kondik, managing editor of Sabato’s Crystal Ball at the University of Virginia center for politics, told the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Trump claims to give the credit for his late push Balderson, the slight edge, but Gov. John Kasich also supports the candidate, who for his old seat.

Balderson, state senator, and O’connor, of the Franklin County recorder, to the notion of the Republicans, who retired in January. The race tests voters ‘ mood before the General election in November, when Balderson and O’connor fights back, for the full term of two years.

Balderson celebrated his victory late Tuesday night and told Fans that he is ready for the work of the Congress. He says: “America is on the right track, and we’re going to keep it that way.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Edmund DeMarche is a news editor for Follow him on Twitter @EDeMarche.

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