FOX6 News has just learned a hearing has been set to investigate if people voted legally or not in the Tuscaloosa City School Board District 4 race.
That hearing is set for Oct. 15 at the Tuscaloosa County Courthouse. Last month, Kelly Horwitz challenged the results of the Aug. 27 election. Horwitz' opponent Cason Kirby narrowly won that race by just over 80 votes.
The race was marked by voting fraud allegations involving sororities and fraternities offering free drinks in exchange for votes. Horwitz' attorney, James Anderson, tells FOX his team believes hundreds of people may have voted illegally. Stay with FOX6 for continuing updates.
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