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Five takeaways from Ohio’s too-close-to-call special election: Republicans are clinging to a razor-thin lead in Ohio’s hotly contested House special election.

It was a race the GOP had expected to win easily, but that ended up demonstrating the high level of Democratic enthusiasm ahead of the midterms in November.

The race in Ohio’s 12th district was too close to call as of late Tuesday night, with Republican state Sen. Troy Balderson leading Democrat Danny O’Connor by less than a percentage point. At least 3,367 provisional ballots were yet to be counted, making the outcome unknown, potentially for days.

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Five takeaways from Ohio’s too-close-to-call special election: Republicans are clinging to a razor-thin lead in Ohio’s hotly contested House special election.It was a race the GOP had expected to win easily, but that ended up demonstrating the high level of Democratic enthusiasm ahead of the midterms in November.The race in Ohio’s 12th district was too close to call as of late Tuesday night, with Republican state Sen. Troy Balderson leading Democrat Danny O’Connor by less than a percentage point. At least 3,367 provisional ballots were yet to be counted, making the outcome unknown, potentially for days.Five takeaways from Ohio’s too-close-to-call special election: Republicans are clinging to a razor-thin lead in Ohio’s hotly contested House special election.It was a race the GOP had expected to win easily, but that ended up demonstrating the high level of Democratic enthusiasm ahead of the midterms in November.The race in Ohio’s 12th district was too close to call as of late Tuesday night, with Republican state Sen. Troy Balderson leading Democrat Danny O’Connor by less than a percentage point. At least 3,367 provisional ballots were yet to be counted, making the outcome unknown, potentially for days.