Former Vice President Joe Biden comes closer to the victory in Georgia early Friday morning.
Today's report of 10 a.m. stated that just 1,098 votes separate President Donald Trump from former Vice President Joe Biden, with Biden winning.
The overnight vote-counting from Clayton County helped Biden lead.
The presidential race is still on as votes continued to be counted in the race for Georgia's critical 16 electoral votes.
None of the candidates have reached the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House. But Biden beat Trump in Wisconsin and Michigan, an inch closer to victory in Georgia.
Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling mentioned in a press conference Thursday afternoon that they want to be accurate in their count and not rush.
The state said they have also received 17,529 military and overseas ballots so far. Those have already been counted and added to the running tally. Another 8,899 overseas votes could arrive before the deadline at 4:30 p.m. Friday. Those ballots must be postmarked by Nov. 3 to be counted.