Updated at 9:50 am and 7 pm EST
President Barack Obama holds a wider advantage over Republican Mitt Romney tonight than he did last night.
Wider, too, than this morning.
In Florida, that is.
The voting that ended at 1:30 am EST the morning after Election Day was still being counted in Florida.
At this report, in Florida, it’s:
That 58,000-vote edge for the president — who already has won the election, by the way — is 11,000 up from last night.
No nail-bitter here — the margin of victory at this point is 0.7 percent (growing with the late count), and the state demands a recount when it’s within 0.5 percent.
They have finished counting the absentee ballots in Miami, with a few other counties still finishing up, the state says. They had until 5 pm today, by law, to finish counting the provisional ballots.
Here was a sobering note from the Miami Herald: “(Elections Supervisor Penny) White said she did not know the total number of provisional ballots.”