Clark County Nevada election officials announced on Wednesday that counting will extend into next week in the county.
Republican Adam Laxalt is currently leading the race 49.4% to 47.6% for Catherine Cortez Masto.
84% of the vote is reportedly counted. The rest will take a week?
In case you haven’t noticed, we are dealing with criminals.
Laxalt is leading in every county except in the Reno and Las Vegas areas where the race is very close.
The Hill reported:
Election officials in the largest county in Nevada said Wednesday that ballot counting will continue through next week, though the majority of 2022 ballots could be counted by Friday, as the nation anxiously awaits election results for the state’s Senate seat.
Clark County Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria said in a news conference that Tuesday, Nov. 15, is the deadline to verify mail-in ballots and Thursday, Nov. 17, is the latest date for releasing the final, unofficial election results.
Gloria said the county has more than 14,700 ballots they did not count but will go into the system by Wednesday night, and they received another batch totaling more than 12,000 ballots.
Besides provisional ballots, every vote cast on Election Day has been counted, he added.
“More than likely on Friday is when we’ll have the majority of the ballots counted,” Gloria said, referring to Nov. 11.
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