They're still counting ballots in south Florida. Miami-Dade just finished. Duval, Palm Beach and Broward counties are still going. They're also trying to account for the hours voter spent waiting in order to cast a ballot. From the Miami Herald:
But Broward Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes defended the work of her office as employees continued to process absentee ballots Wednesday.
"All of us who watch elections know when voters are interested in candidates and issues, we are going to have long lines," Snipes said.
As best I can tell, the Broward elections supervisor believes that long lines are the inevitable result of voters caring about an election -- in which case, I ask, why try to make the lines shorter? If you can't fix it, why try?
For those wishing to look closely at the problem, the Herald gets quite granular, as does Talking Points Memo. ADDING: former Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio says she is "getting to work" on election reform, by which she seems to mean change.