Contested election

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A contested election is post election challenge of which the legality or validity of the result is challenged by the losing candidate of a primary or general election.[1] Contested elections usually occur due to an election that is "too close to call," a statutory automatic vote recount or due to a substantiated allegation of election fraud.

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