Poll workers in Maricopa County, Arizona, worked late into the night on Election Day verifying “tens of thousands” of mail-in ballots, with hundreds of thousands more to go, the elections department said.
Tabulation resumed at the facility at 9 am on Wednesday, with an estimated 400,000 votes still left to be counted, according to Maricopa County. More than 1 million votes had already been counted by Wednesday morning.
The department said it received approximately 275,000 early ballots on Election Day, compared to 2020’s election when it received 170,000.
Live-streamed video shows workers tabulating votes at the Phoenix elections department headquarters on Wednesday afternoon. Credit: Maricopa County Elections Department via Storyful