But the more interesting number, according to TIME reporter Kate Kelly, who is on the scene in Palm Beach, is that of the dimpled ballots. Palm Beach county has a stricter standard in counting those ballots than Broward County. But, according to sources, Gore has 2,657 of those dimpled ballots, to 1,811 for Bush, giving Gore an advantage of 846. This is very unofficial, as the dimpled ballots are set aside and are not counted in the county's official recount. However, the Gore campaign is expected to to file suit in Palm Beach County tomorrow in order to have those votes counted.