• Andrew Gillum Announces He's Withdrawing His Concession: We Need to Count Every Vote

    4 days ago - By Mediaite

    Andrew Gillum , the Democratic candidate for governor in Florida, conceded the race on Tuesday night to Ron DeSantis. But with the recount ordered today, Gillum has rescinded his concession and said he wants every vote to be counted.
    There has been a great deal of scrutiny surrounding officials in Broward County in particular. President Donald Trump brought up Gillum's concession yesterday as he blasted said officials, but Gillum responded by saying every vote should be counted:
    Mayor Gillum conceded on Election Day and now Broward County has put him “back into play.” Bill Nelson conceded...
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  • Florida Will Start Recounting Three Key Election Races - Arizona, Georgia Still Pondering Actions

    4 days ago - By Deadline

    Florida has decided to move forward on a recount of its tight races for governor, senator and agriculture commissioner. Meanwhile, Arizona and Georgia are also contemplating recounts for their extremely tight gubernatorial and senate races.
    The stakes are high for each state, as a final determination will decide whether the Republicans have a comfortable edge in the Senate, or a narrow majority. Democrat governors in the affected states would also have an outsize...
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  • Fla. Secretary of State Orders Recount for Key Races

    4 days ago - By NBC

    Florida's Secretary of State announced Saturday that three key statewide Florida races will now go to a recount. The races that will now be recounted include the seat for Florida governor, U.S. Senate and commissioner of agriculture. Trump Criticized After Berating Black Female Journalists The Secretary of State's office reviewed the unofficial election results that were submitted from each county to the state by the noon deadline Saturday to determine which races would be recounted. According to Florida state law, an automatic machine recount is ordered if races are within .5 percent. A...
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