No winner has been projected, but Tammy Wendt has taken the lead over incumbent Dan Patlak in the race for the First District of the Cook County Board of Review.

Wendt, a Democrat, had pulled ahead of Patlak by about 6,000 votes by Nov. 15.

According to results provided by Cook County and the city of Chicago, Wendt had 380,708 votes to Patlak’s 374,604.

Wendt trailed after Election Night on Nov. 3 but took the lead as more ballots were tallied.

The Associated Press had not projected a winner as of press time on Nov. 16.

The First District, which includes the western portion of the 19th Ward and two other wards, extends along the western and southern border of the county.

As of press time, Patlak had earned about 56 percent of the vote in the three Chicago wards, including 57 percent in the 19th Ward.

The Cook County Board of Review, which has three districts, handles property-tax appeals.

Wendt, an attorney from Palos Heights, was endorsed by the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7 and the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150. She is a former Cook County prosecutor and former president of the Southwest Bar Association.

Patlak, of Wheeling, has been a commissioner on the board since 2010. He has been a real estate broker since 1986.

Results from suburban Cook County are available at cookcountyclerk.com.

Chicago results are available at chicagoelections.com.