Democrat Robert Asencio, left, a retired Miami-Dade Schools police captain, was narrowly ahead of David Rivera in District 118, by 45 votes, a margin small enough to trigger the automatic recount rule.
Democrat Robert Asencio, left, a retired Miami-Dade Schools police captain, was narrowly ahead of David Rivera in District 118, by 45 votes, a margin small enough to trigger the automatic recount rule. Miami Herald File photos
Democrat Robert Asencio, left, a retired Miami-Dade Schools police captain, was narrowly ahead of David Rivera in District 118, by 45 votes, a margin small enough to trigger the automatic recount rule. Miami Herald File photos

Democrats gain two House seats but one is headed for recount

November 08, 2016 10:41 PM

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