As many as 1 million ballots remain to be counted from Tuesday's primary election in California, according to the Secretary of State's office.
The unprocessed ballot report tallies 972,652 ballots, but a dozen small counties have yet to report.
The bulk -- 783,770 -- are vote-by-mail ballots that came in too late to be counted before Election Day. The rest are provisional ballots cast on Election Day or otherwise questioned ballots that must be reviewed.
The outcome of several close races will turn on how these ballots come out. Proposition 29, the $1-a-pack cigarette tax, is trailing by about 40,000 votes out of more than 4 million counted so far.
Here is a county-by-county breakdown of the unprocessed ballots: