High Potential for Election Fraud in New York
Carole Berman, Chairperson
New York State Board of Elections
40 Steuben Street
Albany, NY 12207-2108
Dear Chairperson Berman:
As you know, the New York state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has found that as many as 250,000 licensed drivers used social security numbers (SSN) on their driver's license applications that do not match the records of the Social Security Administration (SSA). These registrants are assumed to be illegal immigrants for the most part.
Applicants for driver's licenses in New York may have registered to vote at the time of their application. Once the application is completed, the DMV simply detaches the voter registration form from the driver's license application and transmits it to you. As we understand it, you then transmit the information to the respective counties in New York for entry onto the voter rolls.
Because of this evidence of widespread illegal driver's license applications, you must assume that large numbers of individuals have also been unlawfully registered to vote. The integrity of elections conducted in New York will remain at risk as long as there is the suspicion that illegal aliens constitute up to 250,000 registered voters in the state of New York.
In the interest of fair elections, we ask that you act immediately to comb from your voter registration rolls individuals who may be improperly registered to vote. We and our New York members will be keenly interested in your progress and we intend to keep both the national and New York media apprised of developments.
Please feel free to contact me if I can answer any questions you may have.
cc: Peter S. Kosinski, Deputy Executive Director, Board of Elections