Governor and Senate candidate Rick Scott is calling for fairness and transparency in what he says could be rampant voter fraud in the state's midterm elections.
In a news conference, Scott rattled off numbers about voting in the midterm elections on Tuesday, noting that votes are still being counted in Palm Beach and Broward Counties even 48-hours after the election, which is a violation of Florida election law.
Scott says a lawsuit has been filed against the two counties for violating Florida law by withholding information and not allowing certain officials near the ballot counting area. He's also accusing the left of coming up with ballots out of nowhere to sway the election in their own favor and is requesting the Florida Department of law enforcement to investigate the incident.
Earlier today, Republican Matt Caldwell also announced his office was "pursing every option" to ensure the election results were counted fairly, accurately and legally....after Caldwell's lead over Democrat Nikki Fried for Agriculture Commissioner fell by more than 2,000 votes.