Clayton County in Georgia has just 3,500 of its 30,000 mail-in and provisional ballots left to count, the director of the county's board of elections, Shauna Dozier, told CNN early this morning.
She said her team does not plan to break until every ballot is counted, which should be within hours.
"We are going to stay here until every single absentee ballot is counted," she told CNN's Chris Cuomo. "We are going to continue forward ... whatever it takes to get that done, we're going to do it. We're committed."
Dozier also asked for patience from the American people, saying her office received just 3,170 absentee ballots in 2016, compared to 30,000 this year.
Once the mail-in ballots have been counted, the only remaining uncounted votes from the county will be military ballots, which are due at 5 p.m. ET Friday. Dozier said she was unaware of how many military ballots officials may receive.
Clayton County, a suburb of Atlanta which trends Democratic, could put President Trump's path to the presidency in serious peril, CNN's John King noted earlier this evening.
CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks to Shauna Dozier: