/ Modified nov 8, 2023 9:03 p.m.

Ballot counting continues in Pima County

Officials are wrapping up their work

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Christopher Conover/AZPM

Pima County officials said on Wednesday that they have about 19 thousand ballots still left to count in this year's elections.

Those ballots include ones dropped off on Election Day and provisional ballots.

Most of the races in Pima County are largely decided but Proposition 413, which will determine whether or not the Tucson Mayor and Council get a raise for the first time in two decades, is still too close to call.

Pima County did not update vote totals on its website on Wednesday.

Pima County officials said they expect to have all ballot counting finished by the end of Thursday.

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