First Coast News is keeping track of where the local counties stand on the recount for Florida governor, U.S. senator and state agriculture commissioner.
On Friday, machine recounts were ordered by the Secretary of State for the three races.
- Baker County: Completed on Monday, Scott lost one vote
- Bradford County: Completed on Monday, no change in results
- Clay County: Completed on Wednesday; Nelson lost 1 vote, Scott lost 1 vote, DeSantis lost 3 votes, Gillum lost 1 vote, Caldwell lost 1 vote and Fried lost 1 vote.
- Columbia County: Completed on Tuesday; Nelson, Gillum and Fried all lost two votes
- Duval County: Completes on Wednesday; Nelson stayed the same, Scott lost two, Gillum lost one, DeSantis lost four and Caldwell lost one.
- Nassau County: Completed on Sunday; DeSantis gained 1 vote
- Putnam County: Completed on Tuesday; no changes in results
- St. Johns County: Completed Tuesday; Scott lost 6 votes, Nelson gained 2 votes, DeSantis lost 6 votes, Gillum lost 2 votes, Caldwell lost 8 votes and Fried lost 2 votes
- Union County: Completed on Tuesday; no change
The unofficial results showed that Republican former U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis led Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum by less than 0.5 percentage points. In the Senate race, Republican Gov. Rick Scott's lead over Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson was less than 0.25 percentage points. Both under Florida law required a recount.
Duval County is expected to complete ballot recounts by Tuesday. This announcement comes after it was discovered that 15,000 votes weren't recorded due to a machine error. The votes had to run through a new counting machine.
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Every county elections office in Florida has a 3 p.m. Thursday deadline to complete machine recounts of results from the three races that ended with less than a half-percent difference between the top candidates.