The Latest: Bumpy start to Florida recount as gov files suit | Lexington Herald Leader The Latest: Bumpy start to Florida recount as gov files suit

The recount of Florida's razor-thin Senate and gubernatorial races is off to a bumpy start with some mishaps and litigation.

Florida Republican Governor Rick Scott, whose lead has narrowed in the state's U.S. Senate race, filed more lawsuits against local election officials on Sunday, asking a judge to order police to impound voting machines and ballots when they are not in use.

Florida election recount underway, tensions rise

After some early bumps, more than half of Florida's 67 counties began recounting votes Sunday in the razor-thin Senate and gubernatorial races, bringing back memories of the 2000 presidential fiasco.

Florida Recount Moves Forward As Scott Baselessly Accuses Nelson Of Fraud

Pinellas on pace to finish machine recount in time, officials say Pinellas on pace to finish machine recount in time, officials say

Despite Early Bumps In Broward, Recount Process Humming Along In South Florida Counties

The recounts are off and running across the State of Florida.

Florida recount progresses amid sky-high tensions

Florida governor and Senate candidate Rick Scott has filed another lawsuit over the vote count

Florida begins vote recount as Democrats and Republicans exchange allegations of fraud

Recounts of two key US midterm elections began in Florida on Sunday amid accusations of fraud by both sides in the race for governor and a Senate seat.

When will Miami Dade County finish its vote recount? | Miami Herald Miami-Dade vote recount continues around-the-clock

The Miami Dade elections department is on its second day of a machine recount of votes for the state races for governor, senator and agriculture commissioner.

State officials say they have seen no evidence for such allegations while Broward county recount sees ballot machine problems

No allegations of criminal activity in Florida election, law enforcement says

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is not actively investigating any matters related to Tuesday's election, a department spokesperson said Friday, after it was informed by the Florida Department of State that there have been no allegations of criminal activity.