Votes for the presidential race in Georgia will be counted again after President Trump's campaign requested another recount.
State law allows the losing candidate to request a recount within two days of certification.
This time, it won't be hand counted by thousands of workers — it will be counted through a scanner. The same way it was originally counted on election night.
This will be the third time ballots are counted in the state.
President Trump Still trails President-elect Biden by more than 12 thousand votes.
Throughout the recount process, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has faced a lot of criticism from fellow Republicans.
Now the FBI is investigating threatening text messages sent to his wife. The FBI is looking into the credibility of those messages.