The drama thickens in the close race for the top job at the organization representing ten thousand doctors in this province.
Yesterday we told you controversial private health care advocate Dr. Brian Day narrowly won the Doctors of BC election for President-Elect.
He was victorious by a single vote.
Now runner-up Dr. Alan Ruddiman, a family doctor from the Okanagan, says he has formally requested a re-count.
Both expressed disappointed with low voter turn-out.
Only 20%, or just over two thousand eligible doctors cast a ballot.