County Canvasses: The state’s 254 counties will canvass the general election over the next few weekdays. Typically, the commissioners court meets for a special meeting solely to canvass votes. This process produces final, official counts of votes. All election results reported prior to a canvass are considered unofficial.

Monday was the last day that voters casting a provisional ballot could present acceptable identification and overseas ballots could be received. This will determine any additional votes that will be added to the early voting and Election Day totals. Typically, these votes are not sufficient to swing a race, but several close races, including a legislative seat or two, could potentially be impacted.

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