Republican Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle, who narrowly won her first term two years ago against Democratic incumbent Dan Maffei, now finds herself in the reverse situation this time around.

Maffei is the apparent winner of Tuesday’s race, but Buerkle says she’s not conceding, announcing in statement earlier today that she wants to see every vote count.

Buerkle won her Syracuse-area seat by 567 votes in 2010, a Republican wave year.

But Maffei, who has declared victory, now leads 130,508 to Buerkle’s 117,904.

Her statement:

“In 2010, we were trailing on election night, only to see more votes come in and the outcome changed. With so many ballots still to be recorded, it is important that we make sure there is an accurate counting of all votes. Our right to vote has been bought and paid for by the men and women of our armed services, and we owe it to all who have paid the ultimate price to count these ballots and allow the Democratic process to run its course.”