Election officials in Clark County, Nevada – the state’s most populous county that includes the Las Vegas area – stated that they will need an additional three days to count upwards of 50,000 outstanding ballots.
Mail-in ballots postmarked prior to election day can be counted if they arrive as late as Saturday, meaning that Nevada does not yet have a final count on the number of outstanding ballots.
Joe Gloria, Clark County’s registrar of voters, said at a press conference Thursday that a little more than 50,000 ballots still need to be counted.
“My staff has been working very diligently,” said Gloria.
“We’ve been here from early in the morning until late at night. We’ve been fully staffed. We’re working as hard as we possibly can in order to get the ballots counted, but whether we like it or not there’s no way that we can move any faster than we’re currently…