Provisional Ballots could determine Attorney General race
Localities must check with State Board of Elections
With the attorney general's race still too close to call, provisional ballots could determine who wins.
At this time, it's unclear of exactly how many provisional ballots were cast statewide.
A provisional ballot was cast if a voter didn't have ID or showed up to the polls and wasn't registered to vote.
Localities where a provisional ballot was cast must report those to the State Board of Elections to determine if the vote becomes official; a process that could take up to a week.
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