Seneca County Board of Elections received the official ballot count Monday, with the same results as the unofficial count from Election Day.
The board counted 609 provisional ballots and 29 absentee ballots that were received after Election Day, but were post marked by Nov. 5.
Seneca County had a total of 25,609 voters and a 70.51 percent voter turn out.
Most provisional ballots come from people who had a recent address or name change, said Janet Leahy, director of the board.
The board also rejected 79 ballots, including 51 people who voted despite not being registered.
There were nine ballots rejected because they were not filled out properly, and the board had to reject them by directive.
The board rejected 15 ballots because the voters voted in the wrong location.
Four ballots were rejected because the voters were not registered in Ohio. Board member Charles Knight said the board is to investigate if these voters also tried to vote in the states where they were registered. If they voted twice, they are to be referred to the county prosecutor, Knight said.