TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida Republican Governor Rick Scott, who is facing potential recount in the Florida US Senate race against Democratic US Senator Bill Nelson, claims that thousands of election ballots haven’t been counted, more than 48-hours after polls closed. Additionally, Governor Scott announced that he will be suing the Broward County Supervisor of Elections and Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections over ballot counting. ↓WATCH PRESS CONFERENCE HERE ↓ Scott says that 15,000 new votes were found in Palm Beach County, that had not been accounted for. In Broward County, Scott says that 78,840 additional election votes have been counted since polls closed. Related: Down to the wire: Key FL races including governor, senator could come down to recount “Every Floridian should be concerned there may be rampant fraud happening in both Broward and Palm Beach counties,” the governor said. Read the full transcript of Scott’s speech here: “Late Tuesday night, our win was projected to be around 57,000 votes. Following the announcement, Senator Bill Nelson’s office released the following statement: “The goal here is to see that all the votes in Florida are counted and counted accurately. Rick Scott’s action appears to be politically motivated and borne out of desperation.” Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum also responded to Scott following the press conference in a tweet, telling him to “count every vote.” Mr. @FLGovScott — counting votes isn’t partisan — it’s democracy.— Andrew Gillum (@AndrewGillum) November 9, 2018 Story developing, refresh for updates.