Democrat Andy Beshear has declared victory in Kentucky’s gubernatorial race, but Republican incumbent Matt Bevin is refusing to concede, alarming Democrats who care deeply about accepting election results immediately in this one specific race, though maybe not the next one.

With a margin of victory of only 5,000 and questions about voter irregularities, some argue that it’s fair to re-canvass voters and ensure the will of the people is upheld. Others say that what happens at ballot boxes in Kentucky when the Republican appears to have lost must be the final result.

Those on the left have taken to cable news and social media to mock Bevin for not going away quietly, but Stacey Abrahams was unavailable for comment.