Florida's U.S. Senate race is headed toward a recount, based on today's razor-thin margin. Unofficial results show U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson narrowly trailing GOP candidate Rick Scott by a little more than just 34,500 votes out of a total of 8.1 million ballots cast. That's less than a one-half percentage point difference. State law requires a recount when candidates are with one-half point.
In the final days of the hard-fought U.S. Senate race, U.S. Sen Bill Nelson urged a crowd of young voters here to elect leaders who can be trusted, who know right from wrong.