My absolutely favorite story from the election is this one about my local state rep, Gale Courcelle and her opponent, Douglas Gage.
I live in their ward (in fact, we own the house Courcelle grew up in) and missed Gage's visit (got his literature on my doorknob). I happened to be home when Courcelle stopped by and asked her how the campaign was going. She's the exception in an age of "fighting" campaigns. She shrugged and said something about how her first two had been recounts, so she pretty much concentrated on the business of knocking on doors and talking to folks and not so much on counting votes.
As she leads Gage by one vote after the election night tally, that's a wise approach. But when I read the details in the story -- she and Gage live across the street from each other and have for a quarter-century, I really enjoyed seeing the spirit of true bipartisanship.
Good luck to whoever wins the recount ... and their honorable opponent.