Florida Tallying Absentee Ballots in 9 Counties

MIAMI (AP) -- Elections officials in nine Florida counties are still tallying absentee ballots, after the presidential race was decided nationally.
President Barack Obama held a slim lead in Florida early Wednesday, but he didn't need the largest swing state to win re-election. Instead, he captured several other battleground states.
Long lines at the polls and last-minute absentee ballots delayed counting in some places.
State elections officials said absentee ballots were still being tallied in nine countries across the state.
They included Miami-Dade County, where elections officials counted through the night and had about 20,000 absentee ballots left to tally early Wednesday.
Pinellas County officials were reconvening Wednesday to tally more than 9,000 absentee ballots received on Election Day.


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