The battle over a Tuscaloosa City School Board election went before a judge Thursday.
Cason Kirby is asking a judge to throw out an election challenge filed by the loser, Kelly Horwitz. Horwitz alleges that nearly 400 voters were bribed, in some cases with a promise of free alcohol.
The judge in the case says he hasn't seen any evidence so far supporting Horwitz's bribery allegations.
Thursday, the judge heard arguments from attorneys for Horwitz and Kirby concerning affidavits from those contested voters. These voters had to list their place of residence before, during and after they registered to vote and when they actually voted.
Sor far, only 200 voters have turned in affidavits but Horwitz's attorneys still have questions for 90 of those people.
Both sides say they believe strongly in their cases. There is another hearing scheduled next week to determine if this case will go to trial.
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