The presidential race is not the only closely fought battle in Florida. In that state's 22nd congressional district, 20-year incumbent Clay Shaw leads Democratic challenger Elaine Bloom by just 589 votes after a hand recount in six Miami-Dade precincts. Her requests for hand recounts in Broward and Palm Beach counties were rejected, as was her request for a full recount in Dade. The Florida race joins many other close races around the country, and will lead to the most divided Congress in decades. Phillip Davis reports.
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