One of life's lessons is that, when you vote in an election, or any other "democratic" exercise the results may not be to your tastes or meet your expectations. History would suggest that in the vast majority of cases, no post-vote complaints or attempts to overturn the vote are successful and whilst such complaints/attempts are within the rights of those defeated by the vote, eventually people accept the facts and plan to do better next time. There have been a (very) few successful attempts but hanging one's hopes on such a statistically small sample is, at best, mostly wishful thinking. Eventually, the world may change and you might get the chance to say "Told you so!" but that is merely a fleeting pleasure in most cases.