Washoe County, Nevada, plans to release its next batch of results on Saturday night around 11 p.m. ET, according to election officials.
There are approximately 12,000 ballots remaining to be counted in Washoe County, though it’s unknown how many will be in Saturday night’s batch of results.
Why it matters: Washoe County, a swing county home to Reno, is the second-most populous county in Nevada.
The Nevada Senate race could ultimately determine the balance of power in the upper chamber. With CNN projecting Sen. Mark Kelly to win his race in Arizona, Democrats need to win one more seat: Nevada or Georgia, which is headed to a December runoff.
More context: The other big county to keep an eye for this race is Clark County, Nevada's largest.
An election official there said the county will release results from its remaining 22,000 mail ballots tonight, around 7 p.m. at the earliest.
There are thousands more provisional ballots to process and mail ballots that need to be "cured" in Clark County, though it's not clear how many will ultimately be counted.