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Mid-term elections 2018: Florida orders recount of votes

BBC News Saturday, 10 November 2018
Mid-term elections 2018: Florida orders recount of votesOfficials say the margins in elections for state governor and senator have narrowed to within 0.5%.
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A statewide machine recount for three elections in Florida with razor-thin margins was officially ordered on Saturday, including recounts for the contentious races for U.S. Senate and governor. The third election headed for a recount is the race for agriculture commissioner. Music Credit: Audioblocks...

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