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    Waterville voter registration appeals 050119 - Morning Sentinel photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Sitting beside Cathy Weeks, at left, attorney David Geller listens to attorneys Leah Rachin, center, who is representing 75 voters connected to Colby College, and Amy Olfene, right, who is representing Colby College. The Waterville Voter Registration Appeals board conducted a hearing regarding voter eligibility on Wednesday at the Chace Community Forum at Alfond Commons in Waterville.

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    During a hearing on voter eligibility before the Waterville Voter Registration Appeals board on Wednesday, City Solicitor Bill Lee, left, confers with board chairman Roland Hallee.

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    Waterville City Clerk and Registrar of Voters Patty Dubois testifies during a hearing on voter eligibility before the Waterville Voter Registration Appeals board in Waterville on Wednesday.

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    Waterville voter registration appeals 050119 - Morning Sentinel photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Attorney David Geller, representing Waterville resident Cathy Weeks, addresses the Waterville Voter Registration Appeals board during a hearing in Waterville regarding voter eligibility on Wednesday.

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