Taj had received 2,760 votes from absentee and provisional ballots to Glascock’s 2,324 as of Thursday afternoon, according to unofficial election results.
Taj’s leads Glascock 51,686 to 46,826 votes, according to unofficial election results.
More than 8,500 absentee ballots were requested and 6,660 ballots had been returned by Thursday, according to Guy Mickley, director of the county’s board of elections.
The deadline for receiving absentee ballots, which must have been postmarked by Nov. 6, is 10 a.m. Friday.
The county has received 2,053 total provisional ballots, leading up to the last canvass Friday. Of the 2,053 ballots, 1,407 were accepted in full, 388 were partly accepted and 201 were rejected, Mickley said.
With none of the incumbents, whose terms are expiring, seeking re-election, four seats were open for the non-partisan school board.
Eight candidates cleared the primary and were joined by one write-in candidate.
Elected at large, the school board has seven members with an additional seat for a student member.