I don't think your styles - other than typography - are targeting any of the table markup; every element is under the control of the user-agent stylesheet.
In my view, you have two options: use something like Chrome Dev Tools (voted just last night by the St. Louis WP Developers' Meetup as vastly superior to Firebug) to find the elements in the markup and write styles in your CSS that target them specifically - or modify the markup in the widget to match the styles you've already written.
Your choice will depend on your relative comfort in CSS versus php and your patience level.
Sharing the good news about the wonders of web typography and the split-step. Either one should get you moving fast. 😉
The reason I think it's the theme is because I tested it another Genesis theme/website I have and it showed up correctly.
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