Updated Tue, Nov 20, 2012 3:52 pm
After two weeks of waiting for the provisional ballots to be counted in Meigs County, Colleen Williams has been re-elected as prosecutor.
Becky Johnston, the Meigs County Board of Elections director, says Williams won by 77 votes.
There was only a 115 vote difference for Williams and her opponent before the provisional ballots were counted.
When the provisional ballots were counted on Monday, November 19th, Republican Williams won with 4,838 votes to Independent Patrick Story's 4,761.
The race for prosecutor was the county's only race that came down to a provisional vote.