Election Day is over but ballots will continue to be processed Wednesday, Thursday in Spokane County

SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. — While results are in for many state and local races, election workers in Spokane County will continue to work through Thursday.

If you voted on Election Day, your ballot could still be waiting to be processed.

The majority of ballots received have been counted in this election — that’s reflected in the results on the Spokane County Elections Office website.

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However, the mail-in ballot counting process takes time and after Election night, 30,000 ballots are yet to be counted.

Out of 359,643 registered voters in Spokane County, there were 142,526 ballots cast and processed.

Voter turnout in Spokane County rounds out to about 39.6% and the percentage is expected to get higher as more ballots go through the system.

To know if your ballot has been received, accepted, or challenged/rejected, track its status on votewa.gov.

Election results are officially certified on Tuesday, Nov. 29.

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