LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — On the heels of many elections being called in the state of Nevada on Friday, one of the highest-profile contests in the nation remains undecided. The race between incumbent Democrat Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, and Republican Adam Laxalt has yet to be called with the delta between the two candidates’ vote totals standing at just 800 votes.

According to Clark County Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria, there are approximately 22,000 ballots to be counted. 268 ballots arrived via the US Postal Service Saturday, Gloria said adding that he expected the counting to be completed on Saturday.

Not included in that total are 7,139 that remain in the cure process, and 5,555 provisional ballots, of which only the eligible ballots will be added to the count.

You can see if you are on the list to have your signature cured by clicking this link and then opening the drop-down menu under Facts, Figures, and Data for Nov. 8, 2022, General Election. Click on Cumulative History of Voters Needing Signature Curing.

Voters with questions can also call (702) 455-6552. The hotline will be open through the weekend during business hours. The Clark County Election Department has until Thursday, Nov. 17 to report to the Secretary of State’s Office, according to state law.

On Friday, Gloria announced that nearly 16,000 ballots would be added to the total, with approximately 50,000 more needing to be counted. The actual number of reported votes Friday totaled 27,346. Friday evening’s vote total was enough to cinch up several races in Nevada, including the race for governor where Republican Joe Lombardo came out ahead of Democrat Gov. Steve Sisolak.

Additionally, Democratic Rep. Steven Horsford won re-election in Nevada’s 4th Congressional District against Republican challenger Sam Peters.

Democratic Rep. Dina Titus defeated Republican Mark Robertson, winning re-election in Nevada’s 1st Congressional District, which represents central and eastern parts of the Las Vegas valley.

Republican Stavros Anthony was projected to become Nevada’s next lieutenant governor defeating Democratic incumbent Lt. Gov. Elizabeth “Lisa” Cano Burkhead by nearly 50,000 votes — or 5 percentage points — as of Friday afternoon.

Cisco Aguilar, whose contest with Republican Jim Marchant, Independent American Janine Hansen, and Libertarian Ross Crane to become Nevada’s next secretary of state was called in his favor Friday,