The mayor of Fall River, Massachusetts was recalled and then promptly reelected on the same night, WPRI reports. Voters elected to keep Mayor Jasiel Correia, 27, despite the fact that he is facing more than a dozen counts of wire fraud and filing false tax returns. According to local news outlet WPRI, Correia is accused of misusing $231,000 of the $363,000 he accepted from seven investors into SnoOwl, an app company he founded in 2012, while allegedly misleading them about the business. The mayor has repeatedly denied the charges. Voters were presented with two questions on the ballot in a special election on Tuesday: Should Correia be recalled, and who should be elected as mayor. Since both questions appeared on the same ballot, voters could still answer the second question no matter how they voted on the first question—meaning they could vote to re-elect Correia. Preliminary results showed 61 percent of voters chose to recall Correia, but 35 percent of voters selected him for question number two, prompting him to beat out the runner up by 1 percent.