Broward and Palm Beach County elections officials were still counting votes on Thursday morning, and questions continued about why more than 24,000 people voted for governor but not Senate in Broward.
The elections office counted 22,000 ballots Wednesday, continuing late into the night. In total, more than 695,700 Broward ballots were counted by 1 a.m. Thursday.
But county election officials weren’t done.
Fred Bellis, elections operations coordinator, said the office would continue to count ballots Thursday after breaking for a few hours overnight to give employees some rest.