President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Rick Scott.

Since Tuesday, Florida, Georgia, and Arizona have all become mired in controversy over uncounted votes.
But nowhere is the chaos more dramatic than in Florida, where two major South Florida counties — Broward and Palm Beach — have yet to count thousands of votes.
Several races, including the Senate and gubernatorial contests, are approaching the 0.5 percentage-point margin that would trigger an automatic recount.

Since Tuesday, Florida, Georgia, and Arizona have all become mired in controversy over uncounted votes.

But nowhere is the chaos more dramatic than in Florida, where two major Democratic-leaning South Florida counties — Broward and Palm Beach — are still tallying thousands of votes as the margin between the Senate and gubernatorial candidates approaches the recount threshold.

Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson has not conceded to his Republican challenger, Gov. Rick Scott, despite Scott declaring victory on Tuesday night.
In the governor’s race, Andrew Gillum, the mayor of Tallahassee, conceded on Tuesday night. But since then, Republican Ron DeSantis’ lead has fallen to just 0.44 percentage points, which is just below the automatic recount threshold. On Thursday, Gillum’s campaign indicated that they are “ready for any outcome, including a state-mandated recount.”

Republicans are charging that Broward and …read more


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