No winner declared yet in NJ congressional primary

(AP) - There's no re-count request yet in a NewJersey Republican congressional primary that's too close to call.

By Thursday morning, Anna Little was 79 votes ahead of DianeGooch out of more than 13,000 cast in the 6th District.

Little, a tea party favorite, declared victory on Wednesday.

Gooch's campaign says it's waiting for every vote to be countedbefore it asks a judge to order a re-count.

The tally does not include results from at least two dozenprovisional ballots which are scheduled to be counted over the nextseveral days.

There is also one voting machine in Ocean Township whose resultshave not been recorded.

The nominee will face Democratic incumbent Frank Pallone inNovember.

Click Here for the full election results.

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