Many important things happen immediately after elections for outgoing, newly incoming, and even incumbent officials. Time wasted counting votes means constituents are ignored and fraud gains an edge. A month after New York’s mail in primaries, winners and losers are still in limbo. New York’s nearly mail-only election is a mess and it’s not going to get better by November.
We missed this article when it first posted back in December, but it is important enough to bring it to your attention today. It is a perfect explanation of how sanctuary policy leads to illegal immigrants receiving driver’s licenses and then being registered to vote accidentally on purpose and then voting and negating the vote of a legal voter. As this article points out, immigration is NOT a state issue, but actually falls under enumerated powers granted by the Constitution to the federal executive. New York is pointedly and aggressively breaking federal laws with one of its newest provisions requiring its DMV to notify illegal immigrants that ICE is after them, rather than the other way around.
10/4: The Department of Justice announced that it will join the suit against New York's Green Light Laws, which would give driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.
9/20: Democratic Mayor Nicholas Sacco has been accused of driving public workers to North Bergen to vote illegally.
9/10: The New York City Board of Elections publicly admitted that they were culpable for bad choices that led to mass confusion and voting problems during the midterm elections.
8/7: The Niagara County legislature voted unanimously to challenge New York's newly enacted Green Light Law, which would give licenses to illegal aliens and possibly allow voter fraud.
8/6: Niagara County has threatened to sue New York over the passage of a Green Light Law, which grants illegal aliens driver's licenses, claiming it could facilitate voter fraud.
8/6: The AOC-favored candidate for Queens district attorney Tiffany Cabán conceded the contentious primary race, giving the Democratic nomination to Melinda Katz.
7/22: New York passed a "green light law", which allows illegal immigrants to obtain a driver's license, which critics fear could lead to voter fraud.
7/18: The Queens district attorney race recount has narrowed the gap between candidates to 15 contested votes.