It remains to review about 15% of the votes and the majority is concentrated in a county with a Democratic tendency.
The key state of Nevada it will take at least until the weekend to count the majority of the votes not yet counted, which could result determinants to find out who will be the next president of the United States.
Donald Trump’s environment had already announced on Thursday the filing of a complaint in the courts of the state of Nevada to stop the counting of the votes by ensuring that they are being counted “illegal votes”.
According to US media projections, with 86% of the votes counted, Democrat Joe Biden leads Trump by less than one percentage point.
Thus, in a statement issued this Thursday afternoon, the Nevada Secretary of State, Barbara Cegavske, reported that there are approximately 190,150 votes to count in the state, of which 90% are concentrated in Clark County, where it is Las Vegas and of Democratic trend.
These 190,150 votes represent 15.5% of the total votes cast, even though the figure could increase slightly if in the next few days more votes arrive by mail, since all those votes that arrive until next Tuesday with a dispatch date equal to or prior to that of electoral day will continue to be accepted.
Of the 190,150 votes left to count, 123,554 are votes by mail (also generally favorable to Democrats), while the remaining 66,596 are votes cast in person at the polling station by citizens who registered to vote that same day, and therefore whose identity must be verified.
A few hours earlier, at a press conference, the person responsible for the scrutiny in the clark county, Joe Gloria, said he hopes the majority of votes have been counted “Saturday or Sunday” and that on Friday they will announce the scrutiny of 51,000 of them.
The person in charge of the electoral process in Clark County also pointed out that they do not expect to have finished the entire count, that is, including the new votes that will arrive between today and Tuesday, until Thursday of next week.