Fla. Judge Rules In Rick Scott's Favor

Fla. Judge Rules In Rick Scott's Favor

Fla. Judge Rules In Rick Scott's Favor

"Rick Scott was up by 50,000+ votes on Election Day, now they "found" many votes and he is only up 15,000 votes".

"Even more alarmingly", Scott claims, Bucher "failed to allow the Palm Beach County Canvassing Board" to determine, as required by law, which damaged or improperly filled-out absentee ballots were valid and how the voters of those ballots had meant to vote.

Chaos erupted outside at the Broward Supervisor of Elections office in Lauderhill when an impromptu protest appeared ahead of Friday's canvassing board review of 200 provisional ballots.

Scott's campaign has written off the attempt by Nelson's campaign to challenge the results of the election.

Information provided by The News Service of Florida.

Snipe's office broke the law by failing to give a vote count on time.

Police officers were forced to bring metal detectors before the canvassing board could continue to count votes. Marco Rubio, questioned why all the activity seemed to be occurring in liberal strongholds such as Broward County and Palm Beach County where, days after polls closed, batches in undisclosed amounts seem to materialize and further trim Mr. Scott's lead.

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President Donald Trump and his Republican ally running for Senate are already screaming about election fraud, and a lawyer for Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson said Friday he knows why: They know they're probably going to lose. With a U.S. Senate race on the line, one might think this deserves a somewhat believable explanation.

"Democrat lawyers are descending on Florida", Sen.

In his comments to the media, Scott accused Snipes of a history of "bad faith" and Bucher, a former state House member, of refusing to provide "information to the public" and requiring official party representatives to stand behind a glass wall in the ballot counting area. The race remains too close to call, with Nelson narrowly trailing Scott.

Senator Nelson filed his own lawsuit on Friday against the Florida secretary of state in order to ensure all provisional and mail-in ballots that were initially disregarded due to signature mismatches are validated in the recount.

Florida counties have until noon Saturday to submit unofficial election results to the Department of State.

"The lack of transparency raises substantial concerns about the validity of the election process", said the lawsuit filed in Broward County.

Gretl Plessinger, a spokeswoman for the Florida law enforcement agency, said by phone Thursday night that the agency would follow up on the governor's request.

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The state's recount procedures have been revised since Florida held the country hostage for a month 18 years ago, when George W. Bush edged Al Gore for the presidency.

"Now in Arizona, all of a sudden, out of the wilderness, they find a lot of votes, and she's - the other candidate - is just winning by a hair", Trump said.

A lawyer for Democratic U.S. Sen.

The legal action comes as Nelson is headed toward a recount in his Senate race with Republican Gov. Rick Scott.

Why is she so flippant about flouting Florida's election laws?

Scott described the vote count coming out of Broward as "left-wing activists ... coming up with more ballots out of nowhere".

Murphy suggested moving that deadline until the Thursday following the election at 5 p.m.

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Two Democratic candidates, Andrew Gillum in Florida and Stacey Abrams in Georgia, were aiming to become the states' first African-American governors, but the races were tilting in favour of their Republican rivals.

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