County elections chief, Shauna Dozier, told CNN tonight that all the remaining 4,200 unrelated mail ballots and provisional ballots dropped in Clayton County, Georgia, will most likely be released. at midnight.
Dozier says expect results to be posted on the county website about every 30 minutes until midnight.
The only remaining unchecked votes will then be military ballots, which will be due at 5 p.m. ET, on Friday. Dozier said she does not know how many votes military officials can get.
Clayton County, a suburb of Atlanta where there is a democratic tendencies, could put President Trump̵7;s path to becoming president in serious jeopardy, CNN’s John King noted earlier this evening.
CNN’s John King spoke to Shauna Dozier: