Dominican polling results also disputed in New York
New York.- Several candidates for deputies of US district 1 for the opposition parties PRSC, PRM, PRSD and Al-Pais on Tuesday presented documents that purportedly show that hundreds of people voted several times and denounced the polling as “rigged.”
The complaints and protests by dozens of their supporters began Monday afternoon at the Electoral Board (JCE) office set up in the South Beach, restaurant on Saing Nicholas Av. with 180 the St. in Upper Manhattan, chanting fraud and demanding that the process in NY be voided.
PRSC candidate Carlos Gomez; Cirilo Moronta, BIS; Manuel Octavio Perez, PRSD; Francisco Roa, PRM, and Luis Mayobanex Rodriguez, Al-Pais went to the JCE office to deliver the documents to Electoral Logistics Coordinating Office (OCLEE) president Rafael Tavares, denouncing fraud.
Gomez, Moronta, Roa and Perez agreed in claiming to have evidence that hundreds of people voted as many as 15 times.
Gomez said he visited all the centers in upper Manhattan and saw the alleged irregularities first-hand. “On that day I denounced it to the Board and they just ignored me, and these are the results imposed for overseas deputies.”
May 18, 2016
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