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Floridians woke up Friday morning still not knowing who their next governor, senator or agriculture commissioner is, come January.
With votes still being tallied, as of Friday morning, the governor’s race got even closer, a .44 percent difference, with Republican Ron DeSantis leading, 4,072,796 votes, to Democrat Andrew Gillum’s 4,036,585. That’s just 36,211 between them.
The margin between North Fort Myers real estate appraiser Matt Caldwell and Fort Lauderdale attorney Nikki Fried continued to shift in Fried’s favor… (more)
Did the Red Tide play a negative role in the race for change in the sunshine state? Did the students and youth vote count or is it just a matter of a shift in priorities in the state that needs respite from bad news?
The Arizona, Florida, and Georgia election recounts, explained
By: vox – excerpt
As vote counting continues from Tuesday’s midterm elections and three states have a handful of elections with razor-thin margins, the fight has become about whether all the votes should be counted.
The races for Arizona’s US Senate seat, Florida’s US Senate seat and governor, and Georgia’s governor are all extremely close — close enough that under some state laws, a recount is warranted… (more)
In Georgia, Kemp Claims Victory, But Won’t Oversee Potential Recount
NPR – excerpt
“Stacey Abrams can’t accept the fact that Georgians rejected her radical agenda at the ballot box, so now she’s desperately trying to steal this election in the courtroom,” said Ryan Mahoney, the campaign’s communications director, in the statement… (more)