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1.6 Million California Ballots Remain to be Counted

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Uncounted absentee and provisional ballots across the state--estimated to be around 1.6 million--must be counted by December 2. LA County officials say around 566,000 ballots remain uncounted while other counties in Southern California estimate a combined total of around 421,000. When all is said an done, could any of the close races turn around?