An election that seemed to decide there would be no change to Saratoga Springs form of government may not be over.
According to the Times Union, Gordon Boyd, a member of the city's now-dissolved Charter Review Commission is asking for a recount of the vote on the proposal, asking the New York State Supreme Court to impound Nov. 7's nearly 9,000 ballots.
The state Board of Elections allows a voter to seek a court order for a recount or a re-canvassing, but the petitioner must show that a mistake was made.
On Election Day, the yes votes were up by 48.
After the absentees were counted on Nov. 14, the no votes dominated by 10.
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