Because Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell is purposefully delaying certifying the States Election results and becuase the Kerry campaign has not filed any suit of their own demanding an immediate recount in Ohio, the Republican Secretary of State and Ohio Bush2004 leader will certify Bush the winner of Ohio's president determining 20 electoral votes on Monday December 6th. There will not be enough time (10days) for a recount to be conducted after that date and before the electoral college meets on December 13th. After the 13th no lawsuit requesting a recount will be enough to reverse the direction of the election.
The simple fact of the matter is there are more twice as many un-counted (overvotes, undervotes, provisional, and rejected) ballots as there was spread in the 'unoffical' talley of Bush v Kerry for Ohio (137,000 difference; 93,000 overvotes & undervotes; 155,000 provisional ballots; 165,000 rejected votes).
93k + 155k + 165k = 413k uncounted ballots vs 137k spread. if these yet uncounted votes go even 67:33 for Kerry (275k - Kerry, 138k - Bush) they would completly overturn the 'unoffical' results, and Ohio's 20 electoral votes would go to Kerry giving him the presidency. This % of kerry support is likely based off other states provisional, rejected, and under/overvote ratios.
This does not count the difference between what we heard in the 'unoffical' talley (137k) and what we allready know to have changed (instances of counties Bush totals exceeding their voter numbers etc...).
But none of this will be known in time to change Ohio republican Secretary of States plans for pro Bush electors, since he will pull a fast one and squash legal grounds for a recount by waiting till the last second to declare Bush the winner.