Democrats Carlo Carlozzi and Roy Centeno were declared the winners on November 5th, but a still unexplained ballot mix up at DiLoreto School denied 17 voters the opportunity to vote for their council aldermanic candidates.
The Superior Court, in a controversial early December ruling, ordered the re-vote in all three districts with the same four candidates who were on the ballot November 5th.
In a GOP strategy to hold down voter turnout, the city’s Republican Corporation Counsel, Gennaro Bizzarro, refused the Democratic and Republican Registrars of Voters’ request to seek a January 21st special election instead of the court-ordered January 7th re-vote.
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