As Key Races Remain Undecided, Trump Calls Florida Ballots "Massively Infected"

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LAUDERHILL, FL - NOVEMBER 11: Elections staff load ballots into machine as recounting is underway at the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office on November 11, 2018 in Lauderhill, Florida. A statewide vote recount is being conducted to determine the races for governor, Senate, and agriculture commissioner. (Photo by Joe Skipper/Getty Images)

Results in some critical races were still too close to call on Monday, a week after the 2018 midterm elections. In Florida, machine recounts were underway in both the senate and gubernatorial contests, prompting President Trump to claim Monday that an "honest vote" is not possible in the state. Meanwhile, Georgia's secretary of state ordered county officials to count additional absentee ballots as it seeks to certify the results of its governor's race by Tuesday.  We'll talk about the state of the races and their potential effects on the balance of power in Washington.


Brian Naylor, correspondent on the Washington Desk, NPR News