WATERTOWN, N.Y. - It's one of the top congressional races in the country, the 21st congressional district.
At Republican candidate Matt Doheny's headquarters' in Watertown, volunteers were on the phone lines all day making phone calls to voters throughout the 21st district.
They urged voters to get out to the polls and cast their ballot. They also had another group go door to door to get people to the polls.
As Bill Owens lead the 21st District with 50 percent of the vote to Matt Doheny's 48 percent, Doheny chose to concede.