"The six (6) most recent emails the Supervisor has received from (i) the Scott Campaign (including any of its representatives or affiliates), and (ii) the Nelson Campaign (including any of its representatives or affiliates)".
The latest recount underscores the deep divides plaguing one of the most critical states in American politics. "This would be unprecedented".
"If this is the cause of lost votes, it is incredibly frustrating that somehow the state hasn't gotten its act together to make sure ballots are designed in a way that don't cause lost votes", he told the Sentinel. "Dr. Snipes is not in violation of any statute". She's going to fulfill her duties and her responsibilities in a reasonable time.
"Every Floridian should be concerned there may be rampant fraud happening in both Palm Beach and Broward counties", he said. His campaign also asserted that Bucher's office violated the law by determining whether those mail-in votes were valid, instead of having the county's canvassing do that.
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Though Supervisor of Elections Mike Hogan's office sent unofficial returns to the state on Friday, attorneys for the Democratic and Republican parties have been at the local elections office since Tuesday monitoring which votes are counted and which ones are not.
The president also hinted at voter fraud Friday, placing the blame squarely on Democrats. "I will not stand idly by while unethical liberals try to steal an election", Scott said, Florida Today reported.
Marx ordered Bucher to turn over the staff-rejected or decided ballots by 10 a.m. Saturday and to turn over a list of all provisional ballots to the Democratic Party by the end of the day Friday.
Scott - the Republican gubernatorial incumbent narrowly leading in the state's race for a U.S. Senate seat - and the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) alleged that Broward election officials were hiding critical information about the number of votes cast and counted.
Scott took the unusual step of delivering a partisan political attack from his taxpayer-funded residence, which is usually reserved for official state events. He said in a conference call with reporters earlier in the day he believes Nelson will emerge victorious when all the votes are counted.
Scott said he was ordering an official investigation into his own race.
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He has also tweeted an ex-prosecutor's opinion piece that described a "Mueller lynch mob", which he said was "worth a read". Schumer said he was concerned about the past statements Whitaker made as a commentator on CNN about the investigation.
November 15: Machine recounts are due by 3 p.m.
And yet unusual voting discrepancies were being reported in Broward.
The dramatic announcement prompted a tweet from President Donald Trump alleging a "big corruption scandal" while fellow Republican Marco Rubio accused Democrats of a coordinated effort to "steal the election".
Scott is now ahead of Nelson by about 15,000 votes. A recount is mandated by state law for a result this close.
The margin in the race has since dropped to less than 15,000 votes, about 0.18 percent of the 8.17 million votes cast, meaning the election apparently is headed for a by-hand recount next week.
A court in South Florida has been asked to intervene in the tight U.S. Senate race between Democratic U.S. Sen.
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Trump said "billions of dollars are given each year, with so many lives lost, all because of gross mismanagement of the forests". Rice also said Trump's assertion that California's forest management policies are to blame "is dangerously wrong".
In Arizona's ongoing Senate race, contested by two US congresswomen, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema's lead over Republican Martha McSally had widened by Saturday evening to about 23,900 votes, or 1.17 percent.