On Nov. 10, Trump wrote that the Elias-led effort was "trying to steal two big elections in Florida".
In addition to the continuous post-election count in Broward and Palm Beach counties, news broke this week that in one of the Panhandle counties ravaged by Hurricane Michael last month, the supervisor of elections allowed some voters to submit ballots by email, for which there is no provision in state law.
"The machines are old", said Supervisor of Elections Susan Bucher, who said they underwent maintenance right before the election.
"They try to shame everybody by calling them racist, or calling them something, anything they can think of, when you say you want voter ID".
The Florida Department of State says it flagged a series of "irregularities" in documents filed last week - "cure affidavits" created to help voters fix mistakes they believe they might have made on absentee and mail-in ballots.
Nelson's campaign filed the lawsuit against Bay County Supervisor of Elections Mark Andersen on Wednesday. "That's what democracy demands", Mr. Schumer said in a brief statement to reporters in Washington.
Scott's decision to step aside from the Elections Canvassing Commission came as he is locked in a recount in his bid to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen.
The state elections department and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, both run by Republican appointees, have said they have seen no evidence of voter fraud.
Snipes also won a lawsuit that same year after being challenged for leaving off an amendment regarding medical marijuana on some mail-in ballots.
She was questioned about issues with illegal ballots reportedly being mixed with regular ballots.
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But Tim MacMahon of ESPN reported after Sunday's game that the Rockets indeed have made a decision to part ways with Anthony. When asked about Anthony's status moving forward, D'Antoni defended his player and insisted nothing will change.
The Daily Caller said Trump renewed his call for national voter ID laws.
In the Senate race, Governor Rick Scott narrowly leads incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson, while Republican Ron DeSantis leads Democrat Andrew Gillum in the gubernatorial race.
Yet there he was at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's left shoulder Wednesday when the Kentucky Republican welcomed GOP senators who will take their seats in January when the new Congress is sworn in. Neither Florida's secretary of state nor its state law enforcement has recognized any evidence of criminal fraud by voters or election officials.
"I think I have served the goal that I came for, which is to provide a credible election product for Broward".
After Election Day, Trump's aides pointed to the GOP's seeming success in the state as a validation that the president's path to re-election remained clear - a narrative that has grown hazier as the outcomes have become less certain. That area, Broward, didn't come in.
After the machine recounts, races with margins of 0.25 percent or less will go to manual recounts.
Scott holds the narrowest of leads over Democratic Sen. In the governor's contest, unofficial results showed DeSantis ahead of Gillum by 0.41 percentage points.
Both liberal and conservative outside groups are spending to influence public opinion on the recount battle, as a federal judge will soon decide if all votes must be counted by Thursday's 3 p.m. deadline. The county is doing the Senate race first and will then do the governor. But two of the pending four lawsuits ask that a federal judge delay the deadlines so all counties can finish processing the crush of ballots.
A day earlier, a separate lawsuit was filed to allow nearly 875,000 late absentee ballots to be counted, citing voter disenfranchisement. Lawyers for Democrats are including in the evidence testimony from former Florida U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy.
After days of mounting criticism for mishandling ballots and overall election mismanagement as Florida conducts three statewide recounts, Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes has suggested she might not want to stay on the job for long.
"If I had a dollar for every time I've missed a graduation of one of my children, or a vacation or spring break" due to a judicial emergency, Walker said, "that alone would supplement my retirement".