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Taylor won't contest 1-vote loss
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MCMINNVILLE, Tenn. — Following a campaign that saw him do battle with the political giants in his community, Cole Taylor listened Tuesday night as it was revealed he lost out on becoming the county’s youngest commissioner by a single vote.“I’m not going to contest the outcome,” the 26-year-old businessman said concerning the results that saw him fall one vote short of Carolyn Miller for the second Warren County Commission seat in the 10th District. “I’m going to take my one-vote loss with dignity.”Taylor lost 227 to 226 to Miller. Both finished behind longtime Commissioner Gary Prater, who took the top spot in the race that encompasses most of the Centertown community.