Lengthy vote counts frustrate, but don't signal problems

Election workers process ballots at the Clark County Election Department, on Nov. 10, 2022, in Las Vegas. Vote counting even in races where a winner can be called on election night doesn’t stop until every eligible ballot has been verified and counted, and that takes time -- sometimes a few days or even a week or more. (Gregory Bull/AP, File)

Election workers process ballots at the Clark County Election Department, on Nov. 10, 2022, in Las Vegas. Vote counting even in races where a winner can be called on election night doesn’t stop until every eligible ballot has been verified and counted, and that takes time -- sometimes a few days or even a week or more. (Gregory Bull/AP, File)

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