New York real estate developer admits to interfering with local elections

A New York real estate developer admitted that he meddled in a local election, including using fake voters, all to advance stalled construction projects. According to court documents, when Kenneth Nakdimen ran into local resistance, he and others attempted to influence the local electoral process by falsely registering voters and paying bribes to voters who would help elect public officials who were favorable to their construction project.
Source: Housing Wire

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