But [director of elections Tim] Tsujii said that once it was determined that there were provisional ballots that should have been counted, the elections staff re-checked all of the hundreds of rejected provisional ballots, not just the ones identified by the Beasley campaign.

Tsujii said the cases of double voting were discovered on Sunday as workers tried to finalize voting history records.

That check found that 11 voters had voted twice: In 10 cases, the voter had both voted in person and had turned in an absentee ballot…

…With 11 ballots subtracted from the totals and 18 added on Monday, the needle didn’t budge much on the Beasley-Newby contest in Forsyth County. The revised numbers found that Beasley improved her margin by only one vote in Forsyth, although both candidates picked up a handful of votes.