WATCH: Georgia Secretary of State to hold press conference

60,000 votes yet to be counted

Gabriel Sterling, the Voting System Implementation Manager for Georgia, gave an update as results remain too close to call
Gabriel Sterling, the Voting System Implementation Manager for Georgia, gave an update as results remain too close to call (WSLS)

Brad Raffensperger, the Secretary of State for Georgia, held a news conference as votes for Donald Trump and Joe Biden remain neck and neck in the state.

Results in the state have remained too close to call.

In Arizona, the Associated Press has declared Biden the winner. However, NBC still says the state is too close to call.

Going by the Associated Press tally, if Biden wins Georgia, he would secure the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House.

Per NBC’s count, if Biden wins Georgia, he would be one Electoral College vote short of the 270 he needs.

According to Raffensperger, about 60,000 votes are yet to be counted and he is hopeful that a winner will be declared in Georgia by the end of Thursday.