Special Report anchor Bret Baier discussed the midterm election recount in Florida with Harris Faulkner on Outnumbered Overtime.

The state's Senate, gubernatorial and agriculture commissioner races are being recounted amid fraud accusations and a slew of lawsuits.

Baier said that there would have to be evidence of "systemic failure" for the thousands of votes separating candidates in Florida to change.

"That is why Democrats are raising the prospect of 'why are Republicans filing all these lawsuits?' Do they think that there's something amiss here," he said.

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Sen. Bill Nelson (D) filed a lawsuit on Monday, claiming his state disenfranchised voters by not counting mail-in ballots.

In the state's gubernatorial race, Rep. Ron DeSantis was leading his Democratic challenger, Andrew Gillum, by 0.41 percentage points.

Broward and Palm Beach counties and their elections supervisors have been the center of focus in the state's recounts.

Baier added Monday that recounts only generally make up a few hundred votes based on machine error. 

He said voting issues are "disconcerting" for Americans, especially in Florida after a state voting commission worked to rectify problems from the 2000 presidential election.

"This is another red flag that [Florida has] more work to do," he said.

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