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They look at provisional ballots, and those which were challenged according to state and sometimes even county laws.
HOW ELECTION RESULTS GET CERTIFIEDPATRICK HOWELL ONEILLNOVEMBER 17, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
That includes more than 20,000 ballots ready for tallying, tens of thousands of provisional ballots left to process and about 4,200 mail ballots with signatures that need to be verified.
The Peach State’s unofficial results are available on the secretary of state’s website, though the page notes it may not include all absentee or provisional ballots.
At polling places in Philly on Tuesday, we witnessed a lot of confusion among activists and voters over provisional ballots, and whether people could “spoil” — as in, willfully discard — their mail ballots in order to vote in person on Election Day.
Of course, the nation has regularly counted late mail-in ballots, including military ballots and provisional ballots.
Elections officials will note that you have a mail-in ballot issued in your name and ask you to cast what’s known as a provisional ballot.
Historically, this is in part because some Democratic-leaning voting blocs, such as young voters, are more likely to cast last-minute absentee votes as well as provisional ballots, which are counted later.
WHY PENNSYLVANIA’S VOTE COUNT COULD CHANGE AFTER ELECTION NIGHTGEOFFREY SKELLEY (GEOFFREY.SKELLEY@ABC.COM)OCTOBER 29, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Changing registration details could throw hurdles in front of certain voters, possibly forcing them to cast provisional ballots.
You also have the option of showing up at the polling place and filling out a provisional ballot, which will be counted once election officials confirm you are registered and have not previously cast a ballot.
The process for checking in will take longer, and casting a provisional ballot also is more involved.

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