Judge gives Palm Beach County noon deadline to provide all ballots

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By: Associated Press
November 10, 2018

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- After Election Day in Florida, several major races, including U.S. Senate, remain up in the air as votes are still being counted.

12 p.m.

According to the Supervisor of Elections webpage, Broward County's ballot recount is officially complete.

Senator Bill Nelson is ahead 69 percent with Rick Scott trailing 31.
Statewide, Rick Scott is ahead by 12,562 votes.

Also with the new numbers, DeSantis is ahead in the governor's race by 33,684 votes.

In the Agriculture Commission race, Nicole "Nikki" Fried has won the race, making her the first female Commissioner of Agriculture in the state.

10 a.m.

Circuit Judge Krista Marx denied Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Susan Bucher's motion for "declaratory and injunctive relief" in canvassing for duplicate ballots and any "overvoted" or "undervoted" ballots.

Marx extended the deadline until noon and said that the county must be in "substantial compliance" with the order.

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