Nevada Secretary of State Barbara K. Cegavske officially certified the state's 2020 general election results before the state's Supreme Court Tuesday.
Cevaske, a Republican, highlighted several state races and their results, but did not verbally acknowledge the winner of the presidential race, President-elect Joe Biden.
The Nevada Supreme Court signed the canvassing for each county prior to official certification of the results.
Biden won the state by more than 33,000 votes, according to the latest numbers on the Secretary of State’s website.
Here's a breakdown of the general election vote count:
- 1,407,754 people, or 77.26% of the Nevada populous, voted in the general election.
- Four counties had over 85% turnout.
- Mineral county, which had the lowest voter turnout, still had an impressive 74.3% turnout.
- 49.2% voted by mail
- 40.98% by early voting
- 9.73% early on Election Day