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    Olivia Wright, a Colby College student, answers questions Friday from the Voter Registration Appeals Board regarding her residency at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville.

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    Leah Rachin, an attorney representing students from Colby College, questions a Colby College student Friday whose voter registration was being challenged. The hearing took place at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in downtown Waterville.

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    Colby College student Lutie Brown listens Friday in the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville to examinations of other Colby College students who voted in Waterville in the November 2018 election. The voter registration appeal board voted unanimously to uphold the right of voters whose ballots were challenged.

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    William A. Lee III, Waterville city solicitor, has a sidebar conversation Friday with Roland Hallee, board chairman, at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville during a voter registrations appeal board hearing.

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    Leah Rachin, an attorney representing students from Colby College, left, listens Friday to arguments from Shaun Caron and Mark Andre at the Voter Registration Appeals Board hearing at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville.

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    Leah Rachin, an attorney representing students from Colby College, second from foreground, speaks on Friday to the Voter Registration Appeals Board during a voter registration hearing at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville.

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    Mark Andre, left, listens as Leah B. Rachin, an attorney representing Colby College students, questions a challenged voter Friday at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville. The voter registration appeal board voted unanimously to uphold the right of voters whose ballots were challenged.

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    Mark Andre, right, whispers an answer to a question from the Voter Registration Appeals Board to Shaun Caron, left, during a hearing Friday at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville.

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    Mark Andre, of Oakland, whispers a question into the ear of Shaun Caron during a voter registration hearing Friday at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville. The voter registration appeal board voted unanimously to uphold the right of voters whose ballots were challenged.

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    Shaun Caron, left, leans over to get clarification of a word Friday from Mark Andre as he delivers his closing remarks at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville. The voter registration appeal board voted unanimously to uphold the right of voters whose ballots were challenged.

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    Mark Andre whispers into the ear of William A. Lee III during a recess Friday in proceedings at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville.

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    Mark Andre, center, and Shaun Caron, left, listen as Leah B. Rachin, an attorney representing Colby College students, questions a challeneged voter Friday at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville.

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    Mark Andre, of Oakland, briefly speaks to Leah B. Rachin, an attorney from Bergan and Parkinson representing Colby College students Friday at the Chace Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville.

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