KANSAS CITY, Missouri - There are more allegations of possible voter fraud in a disputed race for the Missouri 40th District State Representative seat.
We've been following the story as part of our Democracy 2010 coverage.
Will Royster and his supporters have been crosschecking data bases with new information from voters’ lists in an effort to uncover evidence.
Now they're also using social media like Facebook to compare relationships and raise questions about the one vote victory by John Rizzo in the August primary.
Tuesday Royster supporters say they have evidence Rizzo's relatives may be involved.
Adam Schieber, a Royster supporter has been comparing voter records, obituaries and even Facebook pages.
He says Facebook helped him confirm rumors that some of the voters in question are apparently relatives of John Rizzo.
Schieber pulls up the facebook page of a woman who has pics with Rizzo and of his father, Henry Rizzo (who serves in the Jackson County Legislature).
She's apparently a cousin.
Schieber says the Moretina family voted using an address near Fifth and Holmes, next door to Rizzo in the city's Northeast neighborhood.
But he says tax records show the family lives north of the river, near NE 72nd and North Indiana Ave.
"If John Rizzo's aunt and uncle say they live next door to him, and they really live north of the river and they voted, in the August 3rd primary, in the 40th district, it would appear that there's some sort of fraud that happened," said Schieber.
Rizzo would not appear on camera to respond.
By phone he said he's "not answering any more questions about that election."
And as for the allegations that some of the questionable voters were his relatives, Rizzo says: "There is a simple, easy answer, but I'm not going to bite."
Royster and his supporters have been pushing allegations of voter fraud since he lost by a few votes in the August Democratic primary.
Royster has been on the losing side of a court ruling and recounts, but continues to fight for the 40th district seat.
Late Tuesday afternoon, Royster's lawyer filed a new brief with the appellate court based on stories you may have seen Monday.
Both sides are waiting for a ruling from the judge, which is expected by Friday.
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