The US elections in the state of Nevada are fascinating, and it will take some time to clarify. The state electoral council has announced that the count will continue on Thursday at 9 a.m. (local time).
Much in Nevada has already been counted: all votes from people who came to the polls, before or on election day, and all postal votes that came in before November 2.
Ballots that arrived by mail on election day, and which come in the week after the election, are still left.
Biden is less than one percent ahead in Nevada. If he loses the state, his route to the White House will be a lot more complicated.