The final tabulation of Nevada’s ballots will not be known until Thursday, said state officials.
“Ballots outstanding is difficult to estimate in Nevada because every voter was sent a mail ballot. Obviously, not all will vote,” the agency wrote.
It added that all in-person early votes, all in-person Election Day votes, and all mail ballots through Nov. 2 were counted in the state.
Those results won’t be known until 9 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 5, the agency said.
It’s not clear how many ballots are currently outstanding.
Democratic challenger Joe Biden currently has a slim lead in the state, according to The Associated Press, which noted that about 67 percent of the vote has been counted so far.
AP and other news outlets have not declared a winner in the state.
“The difference between Biden and Trump is close to 9,000 votes,” Thorley said, according to the paper. “I don’t know the number of outstanding mail-in ballots but we are in the tens of thousands range. It absolutely could change (results.)”