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After two statements, and legal loyalty and political reconciliation, the 12th election marathon in Florida appears to be close.
Official results are the result of Secretary-General's Office of the Ken Detzner of the 67 areas in Florida within Sunday's Sunday. About one hour before that date, the state reporting drama, Broward County, who was one of two counties, said that he finished the statement and put the results into.
Democratic advocate for government, Andrew Gillum, sat on Saturday night, and Bill Nelson has now all eyes. It is a traveling trip to the Republican, current governor Rick Scott, with over 12,000 votes and the results of the last week's machine output results. Extending the edge in that race.
Because the boundary between Nelson and Scott was less than a quarter of a percentage point after its & # 39; first statement, state law order counting votes of votes not; A machine can read, either because the race is left blank or because of the other signs made by the ballot is unsure.
When the county election officers turn off today, they will show these total numbers, as well as the votes cast by military voters and abroad. As long as foreign elections have been marked by November 6, they will be counted if county officers are before Friday.
A federal judge has refused a number of legal agreements by Nelson in an attempt to put a dent in the deficit. They included a request for the collection of polling domestic ballots that were received after the Selection Day, and a request to protect state law that voters need to use the same identification method for different races over the their votes.
Scott's campaign has been calling Nelson on a daily basis to '# 39; promised. In a showcase of confidence, Scott was instructed in Washington last week for coming-in elders.
In a statement issued on Sunday, Scott's campaign said: "Remember that a state-of-the-art who prompted a lovely promise after 42 years of public service … or had been remembered as the lost person. ; to refuse the people he was attending. "
In his limitation on Saturday, Gillum referred to electoral regime issues that came to light in the middle of 18 years after the state was under strict scrutiny for the 2000 Presidential elections, the Saturday award.
"We're going to attack everything we can to ensure that we can do the best to achieve our electoral systems," said Gillum. "We need to update and introduce the Florida logo system to the 21st century."
Political spokesman NPR Don Donyea reported.