More Than 2,000 Ballots 'Misplaced' In BrowardThe Broward County Elections canvassing board will meet again Sunday morning.
Analysis: The Dirty Little Secret Of The Florida RecountsBased on the number of lawsuits, cable news coverage and overall drama coming out of Florida at the moment, you might think that the outcomes of the state's Senate and governor's races are balancing on a knife's edge -- with every judge's decision potentially making the difference between winning and losing.
Palm Beach County Still Counting Ballots Despite Missing DeadlineThe 3 p.m. deadline to finish counting votes in Florida has come and gone. 
Miami-Dade Elections Department Recounting Ballots Around The ClockTo meet the state-mandated Thursday recount deadline, the Miami-Dade County’s Elections Department has gone to a 24/7 operation.
Election Departments Race Against Time To Complete RecountElection departments in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties are in a race against the clock to finish their ballot recounts by this Thursday.
Broward Elections Workers Begin Sorting Ballots Ahead Of RecountWorkers at the Broward Supervisor of Elections Office started sorting 715,000 ballots Sunday morning.
Recount of Election Day Ballots Begins In Miami-DadeMiami-Dade County Elections Officials let CBS4 News inside and behind the scenes of the county's elections headquarters in Doral. 
Broward Set To Start Recounting Votes Sunday MorningThe Broward Supervisor of Elections office will begin recounting votes Sunday at 7am.
Robert Asencio, David Rivera Race Now In A RecountMiami-Dade County began a machine recount Monday in the House District 118 race between Democrat Robert Asencio and Republican David Rivera.
Tight Governor's Race Could Trigger A RecountFlorida’s gubernatorial race is in a virtual deadlock and some experts say it’s possible the race could go to a recount if it ends in a stalemate.
Tight Florida Governor's Race Could Result In Dreaded RecountOne of the dirtiest words in Florida election history could be uttered on November 4th. The gubernatorial candidates could demand a recount.