Secretary of State’s office to certify final results of election no later than Nov. 14

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Matthew Enfinger

The Georgia Secretary of State’s office plans to certify the final results of the gubernatorial election no later than Nov. 14.

According to a press release by the Georgia Secretary of State office, Clarke, Fulton, Hall and Gwinnett counties have completed tabulation of their absentee ballots. 

Less than 3,000 non-provisional votes remain state-wide, according to the press release. County officials have reported less than 22,000 provisional ballots cast state-wide.

Counties have until Friday to verify provisional ballots and until Nov. 13 at 5 p.m. to certify their results.

Current standings of candidates 

The Associated Press reports 3,919,761 votes were reported. 

Republican Brian Kemp still leads with 50.3 percent of the vote while Stacey Abrams received 48.7 percent and Libertarian Ted Metz received 0.9 percent.   

Matthew Enfinger, The George-Anne Editor-in-Chief,