No clear winner in presidential race as vote counting continues
While there is no decision on the national race, President Trump is the projected winner of Florida’s 29 electoral votes. WIth most of the vote in, Trump gets just over 51-percent; Democrat Joe Biden gets just under 48-percent.
Republicans are flipping two congressional seats in South Florida. Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez beat Democratic incumbent Debbie Mucarsel-Powell yesterday in District 2
In District 27, Republican Maria Elvira Salazar beat Democratic incumbent Donna Shalala.
Incumbent U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel, D-Florida, has won re-election in District 21, defeating Laura Loomer
Floridians approved all but two of the six amendments on the ballot. The only ones that didn’t go through were Number Three, which would have opened primaries to all voters, and Number Four, which would have required amendments to be voted on twice.
U.S. Rep. Brian Mast has declared victory over Democrat Pam Keith for Florida’s District 18 Congressional seat.
Florida voters have approved a measure raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour over the next six years, which advocates say will lift the pay for hundreds of thousands of workers in the state’s service-heavy economy.
Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee says more than 9-million of us had already voted either by mail or in person at an early voting site.
Eric Flowers won the IRC Sheriff’s race
Ken Mascara’s easily won the race for St. Lucie County Sheriff.