The election was too close to call by the end of Election Night in Nevada.
The Nevada Department of Elections announced at 2:45 a.m. that it would not release any new vote totals until 9 a.m. Thursday.
That’s it for election results updates until 9:00 am on Nov. 5. Here’s what has been counted so far:— Nevada Elections (@NVElect) November 4, 2020
All in person early votes
All in person Election Day votes
All mail ballots through Nov. 2
So far, ballots counted include all in-person early votes, all in-person Election Day votes and all mail-in ballots through Nov. 2.
The votes left to count include mail ballots received on Election Day, mail ballots that will be received over the next week and provisional ballots.
Ballots were mailed to every registered voter in the state of Nevada.
The #ClarkCounty Election Dept. has just released another set of results. This will be the final report of the evening. Results are not final - counting not done yet. Go to https://t.co/GDGzUcxEnv to see current numbers.#Vegas #ElectionDay #ELECTION2020 #Vote2020 pic.twitter.com/iM2NhwloAY— Clark County Nevada (@ClarkCountyNV) November 4, 2020
Nevada has 6 electoral votes. As of 6 a.m. Wednesday, Joe Biden is slightly ahead with 588,252 (49.23%) votes. President Trump has 580,605 (48.59%) votes.
Jo Jorgensen has received a little over 13,000 votes for president in Nevada, Don Blankenship has received approximately 2,400 and more than 10,000 chose not to vote for any of the presidential candidates.