Trump supporters in Tucson, Arizona continued protests for the third day outside an election centre in Arizona’s capital.
The vote counting still continue and the state Maricopa County said around 900,000 ballots left to count.
Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden still led Trump by around 30,000 vote across the state on Friday night, Arizona Republic reports.
In a statement released on Friday night, Maricopa County’s Elections Department said that it still need to process an estimated 72,000 early ballots, another 15,000 provisional ballots, and an additional 5,000 early ballots still needing verification.
Maricopa County said, this is the highest number of ballots ever received, and the election department is on truck to complete reporting faster than ever before.
However, the the protesters continue their third night of protests at the centre, while reports claims the protesters see as slow ballot counting is part of an effort to steal the election from Trump.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump has made similar claims on Twitter and during press briefings without any evidence to proof the illegal votes had been cast and that the Democrats had rigged the election.
But Matt Muchna, a Democratic voter, said that the results were looking “positive for a blue flip”, referring to the chance of the Democrats taking the state’s 11 electoral votes for the first time since 1996.