Broward County Finishes Recounts, Certifies Election Results
Elections workers in Lauderhill finished recounting a judicial race by hand Friday afternoon. Just before 5 p.m. the canvassing board certified the official results of the entire 2020 general election in the county.
After a week of recounts, officials in Broward County have certified the results of the 2020 general election.
Friday was the countywide manual recount of a judicial race. Nearly 177,000 ballots were reviewed by hand, by teams of election workers and observers at the county's voting equipment center in Lauderhill.
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Once the recount was finished, attorney George Odom Jr. unseated incumbent Judge Dennis Bailey.
In other manual recounts of local races, Anabelle Lima-Taub won a city commission race in Hallandale Beach by just nine votes.
And in Davie, a question about taking language out of the town charter flipped from the ’no' votes in the lead to the 'yes' votes winning by 13 votes.
Head here to see the full official results of the 2020 general election in Broward County.