People protest sudden reversal of Gloversville mayoral results

November 21, 2017 05:38 PM

GLOVERSVILLE - People unhappy with the way things turned out in the Gloversville mayor's race took to the streets on Tuesday. They were protesting results of a recount.

As NewsChannel 13 reported on Monday, a counting error on Election Day gave the win to challenger William Rowback Jr., but a recount found the incumbent, Dayton King, squeaked out the victory.

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Rowback, who conceded, says everyone should be supportive of the decision and work to make the city a better place.


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