Bob Bernick and Bryan Schott run down the big political news from the last week.

The counting of ballots in the Ben McAdams/Mia Love race continues, unless it's stopped by a lawsuit. 

Everyone is trying to predict what will happen in the 4th Congressional District, but nobody knows anything.

The redistricting reform measure is hanging on by a thread.

Lawmakers plan more changes to the medical marijuana bill that they plan to vote on next month. They're also workshopping new names for the deal.

Legislators say there are big budget surpluses coming next year, but they're already tamping down expectations for spending that money. Will they be ready to fund education after voters overwhelmingly rejected a gas tax hike to better fund schools?

Plus, President Trump makes some insane claims about voter fraud in Florida while his mood gets worse following Democratic success in the 2018 midterm elections.

 

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