The outcome of a Johnson County Commission race popularized by a videotape showing the incumbent stealing his opponent's campaign signs won't be known until Tuesday.
Election Commissioner Brian Newby said thousands of provisional ballots must be sorted and counted before a winner emerges. County Commissioner John Toplikar was trailing challenger Calvin Hayden by 52 votes. Toplikar had 17,580 votes to Haydens 17,632.
Toplikar became controversial when a video -- posted on YouTube -- showed him taking Haydens campaign signs.
Another close race is between Kansas Rep. Gene Rardin, a Democrat, and Republican Jim Yonally. Rardin was up 5,384 to Yonallys 5,297 -- an 87-vote margin.
Kansas legislative races that are closer than 100 votes could change with provisional ballots.