MILWAUKEE — The city of Milwaukee could have all of its votes counted by 3 a.m, according to Milwaukee County Clerk George Christenson.
This is opposed to an earlier statement that estimated the completion time to be around 5 a.m.
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The city of Milwaukee has counted around 140,000 absentee ballots which leaves just a little more than 20,000 to go.
All 11 municipalities that do in-person vote counting have been reported which includes: Brown Deer, Bayside, Cudahy, Fox Point, Glendale, Greenfield, Hales Corners, River Hills, St. Francis, West Milwaukee, and White Fish Bay.
So far three of the eight municipalities that use a central count method have reported their votes including Greendale, Shorewood, and South Milwaukee.
The votes cast in Franklin, Milwaukee, Oak Creek, Wauwatosa, and West Allis are yet to be finalized.