I’ll post more on the various issues that occured last night, but yes, Florida is still counting votes for the Presidential and other races – but that is normal. Despite false rumors to the contrary, Florida does count every vote that comes in, including late absentee. provisional, and military/overseas ballots. That process takes many days after the election and the final results will not be certified on the state and local level until all of the ballots are processed. There are still various races throughout the state within the margin of error for potential recounts, so some results in local races may change. As of this writing, Florida is the only “uncalled” state in the Presidential race, but given the wide separation in electoral votes, Florida’s 29 electoral votes will not decide that election this time.
State vote counts will continue to be posted on the State’s website and on individual Supervisor of Elections websites.