Nathaniel Rakich

In North Carolina, where the presidential and Senate races are still unresolved, county boards of elections have begun to meet and release results from the mail-in ballots that are still trickling in. More 30,000 new ballots had come in as of Friday, and as many as 94,900 ballots were mailed out to voters but hadn’t been received as of Monday morning (of course, many of those ballots may turn out not to have been cast). In addition, 40,766 provisional ballots have yet to be checked; in 2016, 44 percent of provisional ballots ended up counting. Those results will be released on Thursday or Friday.

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