About 200,000 ballots are left to be counted in Georgia, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said.
Speaking at a press conference at the Georgia Capitol on Wednesday, Raffensperger said “every legal ballot will be counted."
Of the approximately 200,000 votes yet to be counted in Georgia, Raffensperger said between 52,000 and 54,000 of them are from Dekalb County. About 74,000 of those are from Fulton County, with 43,000 more early votes that need to be counted. About 7,000 votes have yet to be counted in Forsyth County.
Raffensperger said officials will immediately begin their work today to certify this election.
"My team has sent a reminder to counties to get all, let me repeat, all results counted today,” Raffensberger said.