PHOENIX - Secretary of State Ken Bennett said Tuesday there are an estimated 192,337 early and provisional ballots that have yet to be counted in Arizona.
The uncounted early ballot count was 28,550 and 163,787 provisional ballots were remaining as of Tuesday.
Bennett's office says those voters who cast conditional provisional ballots at polling places have until the end of Wednesday to return to their county election office to show proper identification.
The state canvass to certify the election results is scheduled for Dec. 3.
Individual county breakouts can be found on the Secretary of State's website .
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