The deadline for Georgia’s presidential and congressional elections is set for Sunday, according to the Georgia Secretary of State’s office.
Georgia is the only state that is not required to report how many ballots it received in the final weeks of the presidential and Congress elections.
The Associated Press reported Sunday that Georgia could have received nearly 5 million ballots and counted about 5 million provisional ballots by the time of the election.
President-elect Donald Trump won Georgia’s 5 million vote share.
The state had about 17 million eligible voters at the start of the day, according the AP.
The state is expected to receive about 3 million more votes in total.
A total of 7 million provisional and mail-in ballots have been returned so far.
About 1.7 million people are registered to vote.
Georgia’s Department of State said that about 1,700 absentee ballots had been returned.
The U.S. has a population of about 7.4 million people.