Johnson County certifies final election results from Nov. 2 — no close races flip

A final addition of some provisional ballots cast on Election Day did not change any projected winners in a handful of close races from Johnson County's Nov. 2 election. That includes the contest for a seat on the Blue Valley school board, where the final count showed Jim McMullen, left, holding a 51-vote lead over Lindsay Weiss, right. File images.

A final count of provisional ballots on Tuesday did not result in any changes in the winners of a handful of city and school board elections in Johnson County that had been considered too close to call after the Nov. 2 general election.

Vote margins fore three city council wards and two school board seats were as narrow as 36 to 60 votes.

But in most cases, the final count certified Tuesday by the Board of County Canvassers only increased the margin a bit, leaving the projected winners unchanged.