/ Modified nov 10, 2016 5:05 p.m.

30,000 Ballots Remain to be Counted in Pima County

Election officials had counted about 18,000 unprocessed ballots by Friday.

Vote Here sign Armory Park spot A sign outside the Armory Park Community Center near downtown Tucson.

Pima County election officials counted about 18,000 ballots by the end of the day Thursday. That leaves about 30,000 ballots to still be processed by the county.

The remaining ballots are provisional and early ballots dropped off on Election Day.

County officials say they will work through Veteran’s Day and the weekend to get all the votes counted by the middle of next week.

State election officials say they do not tabulate daily the number of uncounted ballots.

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