Florida Senator Bill Nelson Files New Lawsuit Seeking To Extend Recount Deadlines U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson is filing another lawsuit related to the ongoing recount of the U.S. Senate race.
Saturday Is Deadline For Unofficial Election ResultsIt’s deadline day in Florida. Noon Saturday is the deadline for Election Supervisors to turn in a county’s first unofficial results.
'Scott Is Trying To Stop All The Votes From Being Counted': Sen. Bill Nelson On Rick Scott In Florida Senate RecountThis process is about one thing, making sure that every legal ballot is counted and protecting the right of every Floridian to participate in our democracy.” Those are the first words since the election from Florida Senator Bill Nelson, who released a videotaped statement Friday afternoon.
Elections Experts Say Process Working Amid FurorThe lawsuits piled up and the finger-pointing escalated Friday as Republican Gov. Rick Scott’s slim lead over U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson continued to shrink.
Sen. Bill Nelson's Campaign Sues Florida Secretary Of State As Vote Count ContinuesDemocratic Sen. Bill Nelson's reelection campaign has filed a lawsuit against Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner over vote-by-mail ballots and the process used to validate them.
Florida's Rick Scott Holds 15,000 Vote Lead In Senate RaceAfter announcing late Thursday that his campaign has filed lawsuits against elections supervisors in Broward and Palm Beach counties, Republican Gov. Rick Scott held a 15,074-vote lead Friday morning in his bid to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, according to numbers posted on the state Division of Elections website.
Scott Files Lawsuits, Says He Won't Let “Unethical Liberals” Steal ElectionFlorida senate candidate and outgoing Governor Rick Scott spoke to the media from in front of the governor’s mansion in Tallahassee early Thursday night.
'We Are Proceeding To A Recount,' Bill Nelson On Too Close To Call Florida Senate RaceDespite Governor Rick Scott declaring victory, the Senate race is too close to call as of early Wednesday morning and is heading to a recount, according to Senator Bill Nelson's office.