In an official protest filed with the Buncombe County Board of Elections, Republican Christina Kelley G. Merrill alleges that hundreds of votes cast by residents of Warren Wilson College were illegally counted and should be struck from the certified results. The board will hold a hearing later today, Nov. 28, at 5 p.m. to consider the charges. (photo by Max Cooper)
UPDATE: A recount of the votes completed and certified by the Buncombe County Board of Elections this afternoon, Nov. 18, didn't significantly change the results of the election. Incumbent Jan Davis retained his third place finish – and his seat on Asheville City Council – by a total of 35 votes over challenger Lael Gray.
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