As evidenced in the last presidential election, election disputes can be nasty, many- headed beasts. Whether running for President of the United States, for president of the student body and sometimes even president of an association, candidates campaign to win. Additionally, these candidates collect fervent supporters who will also fight tooth and nail to ensure that their candidate emerges victorious from the electoral fray. When it appears that the election has not been run completely above board, chances are high that the parties involved will want to challenge the election and find ways to invalidate it. A nation in turmoil over pregnant chads is bad, but it is worse when the parties disputing an election live next door to each other. This article deals with the delicate and complicated issue of election challenges in the context of homeowner association elections.
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