Jose Alvarado and Mario DeGiorgio Pictured
Jose Alvarado a Westchester County Legislator in New York is involved in Voter Fraud!
This is a Serious Matter that needs to be addressed by the FEDS
A Criminal Investigation of Primary Fraud
Sandy Annabi lost her September 15th primary challenge to incumbent and Democratic Party nominee, Jose Alverado, by five votes. Since then, it has come to light the primary was marred by illegal suppression of Annabi voters and fraudulent votes for Alvarado.
One such vote was cast by Alvarado=s attorney, Wilson Soto, who is hosting a reception at his 8 Huron Road residence tonight for newly seated Supreme Court Justice, Sonya Sotomayor. (A copy of the invitation is in the attached)
His home address is NOT within the 17th County District. He was not legally able to vote in the 17th County District primary.
Soto did not cast his vote on a voting machine, but instead, submitted an affidavit ballot in which he claimed he currently resides at 279 South Broadway in Yonkers, an address within the 17th County District. Affidavit ballots are used when a registered voter=s poll record is misplaced or omitted from the Board of Elections= computer-generated registration list. Under Election Law ‘ 1‑104(22), Aresidence@ means Athat place where a person maintains a fixed, permanent and principal home.@ (A copy of Soto=s affidavit is contained in the attached)
Public records reveal Soto=s single-family residence at 8 Huron Road was purchased in October of 2006, and Soto was the attorney for that transaction. The owner of 279 South Broadway, a Florida physician, purchased that apartment building which has twelve units in April of 2006. He confirmed Mr. Soto has not lived there anytime in the last three years.
In 2001, New York=s Court of Appeals upheld the conviction of John O=Hara, an attorney and frequent candidate for office, who violated Election Law ”17-104(4) and 17‑132(3) by false registration and illegal voting, and Penal Law ‘ 175.35 by filing a false document with a government agency, all felonies carrying up to four years in Prison. Soto=s conduct was the same as O=Hara=s.
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