Florida’s Senate Race Heads to the Wire in a Manual Recount

After a chaotic statewide machine recount left a high-profile Senate race still undecided, Florida on Friday set out in earnest on a manual recount of ballots cast in the midterm election, a daunting effort to examine problem ballots that must completed by Sunday.

Election workers in the state’s 67 counties were examining tens of thousands of so-called undervotes and overvotes — ballots with no vote cast in a key race, or too many votes. — to try to determine voter intent.

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