Watch Live: Georgia secretary of state gives election ballot update

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Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is holding a press conference Thursday at the state capitol in Atlanta, as the state remains just one of three states CBS News still considers a toss-up. The news conference is scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. Eastern. 

President Trump had garnered 49.6% of the vote compared to Joe Biden’s 49.2% early Thursday, with an 18,540-vote margin.

How to watch the Georgia secretary of state’s press conference 

The secretary of state’s office reported late Wednesday that approximately 90,735 ballots were still outstanding. 

A Fulton County public affairs spokesperson told CBS News that as of early Thursday, roughly 7,500 absentee ballots were yet to be counted in the county. 

Contributing: LaCrai Mitchell 

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