The suburban ranch-style home in Ohio where humor writer Erma Bombeck launched her nationally syndicated column has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Two Democratic Franklin County commissioners are eyeing the 15th congressional seat currently held by Republican Deborah Pryce. Paula Brooks is considering a run, and Mary Jo Kilroy has already announced she’s running.
Rep. Deborah Pryce of Upper Arlington has spoken against a house resolution disapproving of President Bush’s troop increase in Iraq.
Unofficially, Republican incumbent Deborah Pryce beat Democratic challenger Mary Jo Kilroy by little more than one thousand votes
The recount for the 15th Congressional District race started Tuesday. While the counting appears to be uneventful, it’s a slow going, tedious process.
The Franklin County Board of Elections today certified results from a hotly contested race for U-S Congress in Central Ohio. Final vote counts show Republican Incumbent Deborah Pryce won re-election by 1,054 votes over Democratic challenger Mary Jo Kilroy. Kilroy picked up more than 2,000 votes in the recount. Preliminary figures on election night showed Pryce with a lead of more than 3,000 votes.
The Franklin County Board of Elections, Monday, certified the results from the hotly contested US Congressional race in Ohio’s 15th district. While a victor was named, the race is not quite over.
The race still continues in the 15th congressional district. Incumbent US Congresswoman Deborah Pryce continues to lead her democratic challenger Mary Jo Kilroy after more votes are counted.
It’s been a week since the mid-term elections, and 15th Congressional candidate Mary Jo Kilroy is still running ads. That’s because provisional ballots have not been counted in the too close to call race.
Democratic challenger Mary Jo Kilroy is keeping the pressure on election officials to win her bid for Congress. Pryce has declared victory. But Kilroy will not concede. Thursday Kilroy held a rally to ensure all votes are counted in the state’s 15th district.
In a race that is too close to call Tuesday night, the 15th congressional candidates hold their breath as absentee and provisional ballots are counted. Incumbent US Congresswoman Deborah Pryce remains optimistic she’ll retain her seat. While her democratic opponent Mary Jo Kilroy refuses to concede just yet.