The Satmar scum in Kiryas Joel may have manipulated elections to prevent Bloomingburg from dissolving so they could get hold of the coveted zone for building more and draining taxpayers. But now, it may be possible to do a revote
Like everything in the Village of Bloomingburg, there’s disagreement over whether the vote to dissolve the village into the Town of Mamakating is set in stone.
On Dec. 19, the Sullivan County Board of Elections certified the Sept. 30 vote with the final tally of 107 against dissolution and 85 for it. Since it was defeated, another vote can’t be held for four years, according to state law.
But Sullivan County Supreme Court Judge Stephan Schick’s former law clerk, Mark Sherman – who retired Jan. 1 – said there are at least three scenarios that could affect the validity of the election and force another vote.
If there was election fraud engineered by the Satmar and their sympathizers, then a revote should certainly be held. More importantly, election observers should be allowed unfettered access to the ballot stations, and to my knowledge, the Satmar's minions may have prevented that. So, some serious effort must be made to ensure observers get the access they need to do their job correctly.
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