HINDS COUNTY, Miss. (WJTV) – Ballots in Hinds County were still being counted Wednesday evening after Tuesday’s midterm election.

Election officials said a mix-up led to some votes not getting counted Tuesday night. However, all ballots have been accounted for.

District 4 Election Commissioner Yvonne Robinson said Tuesday that 21 of the county’s 108 precincts were unaccounted for. She partially blamed District 2 Commissioner Toni Johnson, who was not present during Tuesday’s count.

Robinson said flash drives containing voting information were left inside of a church, but she later learned that the drivers were left due to a mix up over the bags that they were placed it.

Those ballots were found and counted.

Hinds County Circuit Clerk Zack Wallace said it’s unusual for commissioners not to be present the night of an election.

Johnson fired back at Robinson and said the flash drives were at the precinct the entire time and that she has 10 days to count the votes.

“I can take from day one to day 10 to pull these bags. Okay? So, that’s what I’ve done. They were secure. They were in these bags. They were in the precinct. Here are the sticks, so nothing was missing,” said Johnson.

Robinson said this is not the first time that there have been issues with voting ballots in Hinds County, but she said she’s sure that all votes are being counted.