Whichever side of the political divide you happen to fall on, if - and only if - it was a free and fair election would your comment stand up to muster.
If, on the other hand, it turns out that people were being manipulated wholesale in illegal manners then that's something else entirely and by all standards of common sense the vote should be nullified.
If you'll excuse me pointing it out, it's rather obvious which side of the political divide you happen to fall on, and that's the "proudly supporting Dīvide et imperā" side.
I would go so far as to say that all standards of common sense dictates that under pretty much no circumstances should the democratic process be "nullified" because the losers don't like the result. There is a good reason for pretty much everything in our political system, it's a series of reactions to fix problems that have occoured previously. Reading any significant amount of history shows that we are given democratic choices because making peaceful democratic change impossible does not mean that change will not happen. It simply means that when the change happens it will be neither peaceful nor democratic.
Hence why we get the vote. As soon as you make it impossible to implement peaceful democratic change that people vote for, change goes back to being made unpeacefully and undemocratically and this is generally considered undesirable by everybody but the frankly scary card carrying members of the extreme left and extreme right who are quite happy to kill in the name of their cause.