Oakland County Clerk Lisa Brown told CNN that the county is waiting on absentee ballots from two precincts to be able to report out their unofficial total.
Brown shared that the two precincts are in Oakland Township, which has a population of roughly 19,000 people. Brown said that the township had approximately 9,000 absentee ballots throughout its eight precincts, and has received the returns from six of those eight precincts. She did not have an exact number, but guessed that the remaining absentee count was around 2,500.
Oakland County is located about 30 miles northwest of Detroit and is the second most populous county in Michigan.