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It's a good thing Tuesday's election didn't come down to Florida again. Florida is the only state still counting votes-- but it turns out President Obama didn't need Florida's 29 electoral votes-- they would just be icing on the cake.
The president got more than enough electoral votes to win re-election-- more than 300. Meanwhile, 9 Florida counties continue to count absentee and provisional ballots and a final tally may not be known till Saturday.
President Obama unofficially leads Mitt Romney by about 46,000 votes out of more than 8.25 million cast.
For you statisticians-- that comes to 49.9 percent for Obama to 49.3 percent for Romney. But that's unofficial-- we should know for sure by the weekend.
President Obama is expected to maintain his lead-- among the 9 counties where vote counting continues are Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach-- three counties the president won easily.
By the way, more people voted in Florida than ever before but turnout was actually down from 2008. 70-percent of registered voters in Florida cast ballots Tuesday compared to 75-percent in 2008. The discrepancy can be explained by population growth since the 2008 election.