Officials say there are still more than 120,000 total ballots to be tallyed in Clark County of Nevada, where the majority of the vote has not yet been counted, officials said Friday.
Clark County voter registration agency Joseph Gloria said during a press conference on Friday that at least 300 people are involved in the counting of votes and are working to enter about 63,262 votes into their system by Sunday. .
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Most of these ballots are mail ballots and do not include cured or provisional ballots or other absentee ballots that are still mailed.
Gloria said an additional 60,000 provisional votes, electronically and directly omitted on Election Day, still need to be considered and it̵7;s unclear how much will actually go to the final tally.
As of Friday morning, 241 ballots have been received by mail and also need to be checked.
He added that the state has until November 12 to fix the ballots – a process by which election officials will identify problems like lack of witness signatures or an anomaly in voter signature. voters and give voters the opportunity to correct it so that their ballot cannot be thrown.
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“We are not interested in moving as fast as possible. We want to be precise,” Gloria said, in response to criticism that the county is closely watched, where about 90% of the votes have not been counted. in Nevada, which is moving too slowly to process the ballots.
Nevada is one of three states that are still playing the game that could influence the outcome of the controversial presidential election.
Democratic candidate Joe Biden only needs six more electoral votes to amass the 270 required to win against the White House. Biden is ahead of President Trump more than 20,000 votes in Nevada, where there are six electoral votes. With 87% of the vote, Biden has 627,104 votes, while Trump has 606,967.
Trump’s camp has filed a number of lawsuits in battlefield states including Nevada, Georgia, and Pennsylvania.
In the state of Peach, Trump’s lawsuit claims more than 3,000 ineligible votes have been dropped and they have evidence to prove it, though there is no such evidence.
But Gloria said Friday that the GOP lawsuit “is based on something that happens regularly,” in the state of Nevada.
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“You don’t have to live here to be eligible to vote here,” he said, pointing out that hundreds of military personnel, government representatives and students all live outside of state but are still eligible to vote in Nevada.
“Nothing out of the ordinary here,” Gloria said.
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The lawsuit appears to suspend the tally of some Clark County mail ballots and also call on observers to have more access to the tallying system.