Florida's tumultuous midterms are all but wrapped up, but the election gods  are not yet done in Tallahassee.

This morning, lawmakers will be busy signing off on the election results and kicking off the 2019 legislative session.

Here's what's on the agenda:

9 a.m. — Elections Canvassing Commission meets to certify midterm results

In normal years, meetings of the canvassing commission would barely register on the news radar.

The three-member board, which usually consists of the governor and two Cabinet members, meets for a few minutes after each state, federal and multi-county election to sign off on the results. It's not riveting stuff.

But we are not in normal years.

For one, the chaos since Nov. 6 has thrown Florida's elections into the spotlight, just like it did in 2000, the last time that the commission faced any controversy.

Secondly, Gov. Rick Scott left people on edge by waiting for days to say whether he'd recuse himself from the commission. His lawyer eventually told a federal judge that the governor planned on recusing himself, just as he did in 2014, when Scott was also on the ballot.

Scott has named Attorney General Pam Bondi, Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam and state Sen. Rob Bradley, R-Fleming Island to replace him. Bradley also served on the commission in 2014.

9:30 a.m. — Senate Organization Session

The Florida Senate will kick off the beginning of the 2019 Legislative Session Tuesday morning with its organization session.

It's a bit of a formality. (The state constitution requires that the organization session start 14 days after each general election.) New members will be sworn in, and Senate President Joe Negron, R-Stuart, will hand the gavel to incoming Senate President Bill Galvano, R-Bradenton, who will give a speech about his priorities for next year's session.

The two-month sprint that is Florida's Legislative session doesn't start until March 5, but over the next few months, the next class of lawmakers will start hosting committee weeks. You can view the full schedule here.

10:30 a.m. — House Organization Session

Like the Senate, this is again a bit of a formality. Several new representatives will be sworn in.

And House Speaker Richard Corcoran, R-Land O'Lakes will hand the title over to Jose Oliva, R-Miami Lakes.

Want to know more about the incoming speaker's priorities? Click here.