Voting machine lobbyist admits to fixing Green Party election

In an article at the New York Post, Election Systems & Software lobbyist Anthony Mangone admits that he altered Green Party ballots in an effort to help Republican state senator Nicholas Spano win the Green Party’s nomination. New York is a fusion state.

Mangone testified that he opened up about 30 Green Party ballots, filled them in, “sealed them up” and then had them sent to the Board of Elections, the Journal News reported at the time.

Spano won the Green Party primary by a thin margin, but lost his seat years later.

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