FiveThirtyEight
Nathaniel Rakich

The big problem in New York is that there’s no centralized source for vote totals (the state is extremely casual about reporting absentee ballots, with some counties — as you can see — reporting them weeks after Election Day), which means we have to piece together the picture from individual county reports like this one. And inevitably, there are discrepancies, such as between Rosenblatt’s reporting that there is still a significant number of uncounted ballots and Wasserman’s suggestion that there isn’t.


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