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ELECTION RESULTS: Race by race
Constantly updated election night blog on all the races
Sen. Nelson wins 3rd term, defeats Mack
Smith Juarez, Fischer win Duval School Board seats
Duval County went to Mitt Romney
8 of 11 proposed Florida amendments defeated
The swing states report
Map of U.S. and Florida red and blue counties
Race for the White House | SLIDESHOW
Long lines at some precincts, quick voting at others
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There's a lot of information that came out of Wednesday night's debate, so Politifact Florida is sorting out the facts for you.
Here's some fact checking:
- Mitt Romney says U.S. is "now spending 42 percent of our economy on government (mostly true)
- Obama says Romney wants to turn Medicare into a voucher program (mostly true)
- Romney says IPAB board can "tell people ultimately what treatments they're going to receive (mostly false)
- Mitt Romney says up to 20 million will lose health insurance due to Obama health care law (false)
MORE DEBATE COVERAGE
Obama up in Ohio; tied in Fla., Va.
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