Election Results 2012: Florida Race Still Too Close to Call

Cecilia Vega on the very close vote count in the Sunshine State.
3:00 | 11/07/12

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As we said, this tense race came down to the crucial battleground states. We heard all along how important ohio would be. Ohio put him over the top. In florida, however, they are still counting the votes. Florida, another battleground state. That's where abc's cecilia vega is this morning, in tampa. Cecilia, good morning. Reporter: Hey, elizabeth. Good morning to you guys, back in new york. What an unbelievably long night it has been out here. They are still counting ballots this morning. We still don't know what the results are here in this state. Some 200,000 ballots to be counted. President obama, in the votes so far that have been calculated, holds a slight lead above governor romney. The long lines that we saw here in the state, leading up to election day, persisted even yesterday. There were reports as of election day of some voters still standing in line at 2:00 in the morning, waiting to cast their ballots in miami-dade. The long lines stretched down the blocks, made for angry voters. Coupled with absentee ballots, means that poll workers are back at it again this morning. We should know the results later today. Election officials promising every, single vote will be counted.

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