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Florida Senate Race Narrows; Trump Spreads Fraud Confirmation Without Evidence: NPR

President Trump talks to reporters in the White House on Friday. The president has joined Florida Gov. Rick Scott in…

President Trump talks to reporters in the White House on Friday. The president has joined Florida Gov. Rick Scott in reinforcing claims for voter fraud in the state senate without proof.

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President Trump talks to reporters in the White House on Friday. The president has joined Florida Gov. Rick Scott to reinforce the claim of voter fraud in the state senate leadership without evidence.

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Days after the middle of the vote, because polls still count, Republican legislators who hold tight leaders in interstate states claim wrong games and voice fraud. The demands were strengthened by President Trump on Thursday evening.

Current Florida Gov. Rick Scott, locked in a tight late run, told a press conference on Thursday night that “the people of Florida deserve justice and transparency and the supervisors fail to give us that.”

“Every floridian should be worried that there may be unfortunate voter fraud in Palm Beach and Broward Counties,” he said. “I will not be idiotically, while unethical liberals try to steal this election from the great people in Florida.”

Scotts race against the Democratic Commander Sen. Bill Nelson seems to be opposed to triggering a mandatory conversion. Florida law states that each race within a 0.5 percent margin must go to a story, and from 9 on Friday, Nelson Scott raised 0.18 percent.

Earlier allegations of widespread voter fraud, including President Trump’s assertion that millions of people voted illegally in 2016, are considered fake by voting experts. An investigation, published in 2014, found 31 possible cases of personal voter fraud in excess of more than one billion dolphins thrown over a 14-year period.

Scott claims victory’s Tuesday night and has applied for trials against two county election officials, in Palm Beach and Broward Counties, claiming that their office has maintained voting records.

President Donald Trump acclaimed Scott’s allegations that tweeting “Law Enforcement” would investigate election fraud in Florida on Thursday.

Nelson’s lawyer Marc Elias tweeted Friday that “as the counties continue their work, I expect me that the margin will limit further, and then the state will make an orderly story. “

Trump has a story to proclaim fraud without giving evidence to back up its claims. No widespread demand for fraud by the president has ever been proven true. Trump also created a commission to investigate alleged fraud after the 2016 election, but it was resolved without releasing any findings.

“They find no-one voices and Rick Scott who won – it was close but he won with a comfortable margin, he won easily but every hour it seems to go down, said Trump outside the White House on Friday. “I think people need to watch it very, very carefully.”

In the case of Florida, polls are still counting more than 48 hours after polls closed, David Becker, Managing Director of the Center for Choice Innovation and research, told the NPR that it is extremely common for a polling court to take as long as Broward County is.

“Elected officials literally counts only the voices. This is not corruption or fraud, “said Becker .” It’s literally the best of democracy. Let officials do their job and recalculate the elections. “

Georgia: Republican Kemp claims Abram is trying to” create new voices “

In Georgia, Governor Stacey Abrams hopes to force a runoff with his Republican opponent, Brian Kemp, who resigned as Secretary of the State on Thursday.

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