|How are votes counted? |
The process of counting votes and certifying election results differs from state to state. Official vote counts can last anywhere from one day to one month after Election Day, depending on state law. Each state also decides how and when to count its in-person and mail-in ballots. This patchwork of state policies can potentially lead to some confusing days if an election is particularly close.
USAFacts sorted voting procedures into several maps so you can make sense of how your state counts votes ahead of the midterm elections.
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