Onondaga County Board of Elections Commissioner Dustin Czarny says there are 890 absentee ballots that need to be counted which includes parts of Onondaga and Oneida counties as well as all of Madison County.
He expects more absentees will continue to come in over the next week.
“As they come in from out of state or ones that we’re mailed in late or ones that we’re dropped off at the polling places. So, we’ll know more numbers next week. Most of the boards are going to be opening up absentee ballots next Thursday so we’ll have a final result then,” he told Spectrum News.