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Nearly 70,000 ballots in Arizona could change state of presidential race

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NBC’s Morgan Chesky reports for Weekend TODAY that the next batch of ballots, about 70,000 of them, could dictate whether President Trump or Joe Biden will win the state. As of early Saturday morning, there’s a gap of over 29,800 votes between Biden and Trump, with Biden leading. Trump would need about 60% of the 70,000 ballots to close or surpass the gap.