Don't think your vote isn't important.
More close elections Here
|2013||New Jersey General Assembly||District 2||0.07954%||40||50,288||Democrat Vince Mazzeo defeated incumbent Republican John F. Amodeo after a recount.|
|1964||United States Senate, Nevada||0.03565%||48||134,624||Democratic incumbent Howard Cannon defeated Republican Paul Laxalt.|
|2012||United States presidential||Iowa Republican caucuses||0.02798%||34||121,503||Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum defeated former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney in the statewide Republican caucuses, the closest GOP primary election in United States history. Romney had been declared the winner by 8 votes on caucus night.|
And we all remember this one.
|2008||United States Senate, Minnesota||0.0108%||312||2,887,646||After the first count, Norm Coleman edged out Al Franken by 215 votes, but following a state mandated recount, Al Franken defeated Norm Coleman by 225. Coleman contested the recount, after which Franken's lead grew to 312. After the Minnesota Supreme Court unanimously rejected Coleman's appeals, he conceded the race to Franken on June 30, 2009, 238 days after the election.|