jocelyn benson, the secretary of state in michigan. we are starting to see these press conferences in many of these press conferences in many of the battle ground states, officials reassuring people that their vote will count and that it matters. they need to do this because of the rhetoric that we are seeing from president trump. the rhetoric and, you know, the confusion generally on how these votes are counted, which state employs which rules. what we we re state employs which rules. what we were seeing there, as you mentioned, was a real emphasis from the michigan secretary of state their saying that we need to get it right. it isn't about speed, getting it right. the remaining balance they're waiting for are the absentee balance. —— absentee ballots. these are people who didn't take part in early voting. they mailed in their votes. generally we know that they skew democrat across michigan. people who send in their ballots tend to be favoured by democrats. and we know that currentlyjoe biden is in the lead by about 34,000 votes.
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