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Democrats got one bit of good news in Florida on Sunday after their candidate won the state agriculture commissioner race and became the first woman to hold the post.

Nikki Fried defeated Republican Matt Caldwell by 6,753 votes out of 8 million cast, results showed on Sunday after the state’s recount concluded.

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Fried will be the highest ranking Democrat in the state and is a spot of sunshine for Democrats who saw their gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum and Sen. Bill Nelson go down to defeat.

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  1. According to Politico:
    “Former Sen. George LeMieux, representing Republican candidate for agriculture commissioner Matt Caldwell in a lawsuit challenging Broward County vote-counting, told a state judge Thursday that 6,873 votes were logged at the county’s supervisor of elections office after the 7 p.m. poll closing time the night of the Nov. 6 election. Caldwell, a former state representative, lost the lead to Democrat Nikki Fried two days after he declared victory on election night. And after a machine recount was completed on Thursday, Fried led by 5,307 votes, or 0.06 percent.”

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