“There’s some training involved and I’m eager to get started,” he said.
Taylor said the shrinking lead was testimony to the support she had in an area that had never had a Democratic winner.
Tuesday night Knudsen was ahead by 822 votes. After absentee ballots were counted, he was up by 175. And just Tuesday when the provisional ballots were counted, his lead had shrunk to 162.
Once the recount is official, Taylor said she’ll accept the results, whatever they are.
“It will be time to move on — one way or another,” she said.
When asked if she’d run for office again, she couldn’t give a definite answer.
“That has yet to be determined.”