With the outcome of her congressional race still not determined, Democrat Victoria Wulsin is urging supporters to make sure their provisional ballots were submitted properly.
Wulsin, who is trying to unseat Republican Jean Schmidt in the 2 nd Congressional District, trails by about 2,300 in the tally of ballots that have been counted.
But she contends there are about 8,600 uncounted ballots and she expects to win enough of them to overtake Schmidt.
Her effort is similar to one in central Ohio’s 15 th District, where Democratic challenger Mary Jo Kilroy has refused to concede to Republican incumbent Deborah Pryce.
Wulsin’s campaign and the Hamilton County Democratic Party are calling registered voters, encouraging those who voted provisionally to call their elections boards to make sure their ballots have the required information, such as the last four digits of their Social Security numbers.
Provisional ballots were given to voters if there was a question about their residency or eligibility to vote.
"This race is so close, and almost 9,000 voters who spoke out on Election Day have yet to have their voices heard," Wulsin said in a statement.....
It isn't over yet.