Chris O’Gram is taking the Town of Parry Sound to court.

Moose FM is reporting the former Parry Sound mayoral candidate is challenging the results of the recent municipal election.

Moose news says O’Gram wants the paper ballot back because he wasn’t able to review the results of the town’s Intelivote electronic voting system because they were no longer available.

O’Gram came third in the race for mayor with 225 votes. Runner-up Dave Williams captured 413 votes with Mayor Jamie McGarvey claiming victory with 1788 votes.

O’Gram is quoted as saying he believes the town is corrupt and hopes the public will join him in filing a motion.

He claims he was able to vote for himself twice within 15 minutes using the same PIN he was assigned when voting early in July.

None of O’Gram’s accusations have been proven.

The Moose is also reporting that O’Gram has personally served Town of Parry Sound Clerk Jackie Boggs with court papers and hopes to create a petition on his Facebook page.

O’Gram also hopes to take his battle all the way to the Supreme Court.

The former mayoral candidate’s first date in Parry Sound court is on January 7th at 10:00 in the morning.