Florida Gov. Rick Scott addresses his election night party in Naples, Fla., after he apparently won the Florida Senate seat from incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., on November 6, 2018. 


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Florida Gov. Rick Scott addresses his election night time get together in Naples, Fla., after he apparently received the Florida Senate seat from incumbent Sen. Invoice Nelson, D-Fla., on November 6, 2018. 




Florida’s recount is over and Republican Gov. Rick Scott leads incumbent U.S. Sen. Invoice Nelson within the state’s contentious Senate race by greater than 10,000 votes.


Official outcomes posted by the state on Sunday confirmed Scott forward of Nelson following legally required hand and machine recounts. State officers will certify the ultimate totals Tuesday.


The outcomes present that Scott is poised to finish Nelson’s prolonged political profession. The three-term incumbent was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 2000. Nelson, who has not but formally conceded, has scheduled an announcement later Sunday afternoon.


Scott spent greater than $60 million of his personal cash on adverts that portrayed Nelson as out-of-touch and ineffective. Nelson responded by questioning Scott’s ethics and saying he could be below the sway of President Donald Trump.


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