Tim Corbett asks for recount of all Democratic primary votes for St. Joseph County Sheriff

(Photo supplied/Tim Corbett for Sheriff)

Tim Corbett is not giving up his fight to be the next St. Joseph County Sheriff.

After all of the absentee votes were counted in the Democratic primary, Corbett still trailed Bill Redman by 14 votes.

Now, all votes will be recounted, starting with 40 random precincts. ABC 57’s Hayley Fixler reports that the 40 precincts will give the recount committee a good idea of where things stand, then they can meet again to determine whether to continue or not.

The cost for the recount is $100 per day for each person appointed to recount the votes, which needs to be done by June 29th. Corbett will be paying the entire cost for the recount.

The winner of the recount will go up against Republican Paul Joans, a retired U.S. Marine, in the November election.

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