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The lawsuit claims that a number of Sevier County residents who did not live within Pigeon Forge city limits voted on the referendum and also that a number of Pigeon Forge residents were not able to vote on the measure.
The group claimed in the complaint that 303 improper votes were cast on the referendum.
The complaint lists a number of examples of new voters registered right before the election, including voters registered as living at tattoo parlors, a pancake house, restaurants, and other commercial properties.
"There exists an incurable uncertainty regarding the number of votes cast for and against the referendum," the lawsuit states.
The group is requesting that the results of the referendum vote be voided.