2012 Elections: News, Analysis, Videos, and Breaking on the Presidential Election, Local Elections, and More

2012 Elections: News, Analysis, Videos, and Breaking on the Presidential Election, Local Elections, and More

Complete coverage of the 2012 election

Nov 7, 2012

South Florida Voters Stood in Line Hours After Polls Closed

South Florida Voters Stood in Line Hours After Polls Closed

As NBC News projected President Obama to win, South Floridians still were waiting in line to vote.

Nov 27, 2012

Obama: "The Best Is Yet to Come"

Obama: "The Best Is Yet to Come"

President Barack Obama won a second term on Tuesday, emerging from a long, punishing campaign with a new mandate to lead a divided and anxious nation. "Tonight in this election, you, the American people,...

Nov 6, 2012

Campaign's Top Moments

Campaign's Top Moments

After many months, countless attack ads and nearly $2 billion raised and spent, the presidential campaign is finally coming to a close. Here's a look at the top moments.

Nov 7, 2012

Voters Endured Delays Amid Election Day Glitches in SoFla

Voters Endured Delays Amid Election Day Glitches in SoFla

Broken or malfunctioning scanners adding to wait times at polling sites.

Jan 4, 2013

St. Lucie Elections Procedures Probed in Report

St. Lucie Elections Procedures Probed in Report

Murphy was ultimately declared the winner of the race, unseating West, a first-term hero of the tea party movement.

Nov 28, 2012

Election Woes Lead Miami-Dade Panel to Seek Remedies

Election Woes Lead Miami-Dade Panel to Seek Remedies

The election advisory group in Miami-Dade aims to determine what went wrong during the election and what steps can be taken locally to fix them.

Nov 20, 2012

Canvassing Board Certifies Florida Voting Results

Canvassing Board Certifies Florida Voting Results

Secretary of State Ken Detzner says only unofficial returns from St. Lucie County were recorded since its official results were not received by Monday's deadline

Nov 20, 2012

West Concedes House Race to Murphy

West Concedes House Race to Murphy

Two weeks after Election Day and following a contentious recount, Republican Allen West has conceded to Democrat Patrick Murphy in a closely watched Florida congressional race, NBC South Florida reported....

Nov 18, 2012

Patrick Murphy Presumed Winner in Race Against Allen West

Patrick Murphy Presumed Winner in Race Against Allen West

Under state law, unless they have received an emergency exemption from the state, unofficial results filed last week will be certified.

Nov 17, 2012

Judge Declines to Halt Recount in West-Murphy Race

Judge Declines to Halt Recount in West-Murphy Race

St. Lucie Circuit Judge Larry Schack denied an emergency motion Saturday by Democrat Patrick Murphy's campaign to halt the count, which they say is illegal.

Top Stories
Police Seek Teen in Hit-and-Run Accident

Police Seek Teen in Hit-and-Run Accident

Miami-Dade Police are looking for a 17-year-old driver for his alleged involvement in a hit-and-run accident involving a 14-year-old.

Miss Universe at Center of Doral Controversy

Miss Universe at Center of Doral Controversy

Residents are planning to push back against the city of Doral’s plan to host the Miss Universe pageant at a meeting that was pushed back to Monday evening to allow more residents to attend.

Miami Beach Fire Knocked Out Power to Thousands

Miami Beach Fire Knocked Out Power to Thousands

A fire near the Surfside border in Miami Beach knocked out power to thousands of residents and generated heavy traffic in the nearby area.

Brag About Your School: Western High

Brag About Your School: Western High

Students at Western High School are the center of Brag About Your School this week as NBC 6 highlights a program organizers hope will spark a spirit of community service among the kids that will last a...

2 Children Die from Flu in Florida

2 Children Die from Flu in Florida

Florida health officials say two children have died from the flu.

Communities Ready for Ferguson Protests

Communities Ready for Ferguson Protests

Following a grand jury decision on the fate of the white officer who shot an unarmed black teenager in a St. Louis suburb, communities across the country prepared for protests.