Recently I read two letters to the editor, one written by Pedro Rodriguez, a homeowner in the City of Paterson, in which he advised the administration and the city council to revise the strategy of the yearly revaluation of properties because they will prove to work against the homeowners of the City of Paterson.
Former councilman Mohammed Akhtaruzzaman’s attorney attempted to convince the judge in the 2nd Ward election fraud trial to admit a recording in which a voter admits to election officials to having voted in the municipal election without residing in the city.
A father and daughter testified at the 2nd Ward election fraud trial on Thursday morning. Both witnesses called to the witness stand by former councilman Mohammed Akhtaruzzaman’s side testified to having cast mail-in ballots in last year’s municipal elections.
Councilman Shahin Khalique’s attorney cross examined Titu Miah, a witness who testified to handling more than a dozen mail-in ballot at Khalique’s campaign headquarter, in the 2nd Ward election fraud trial on Wednesday morning.
The long-running 2nd Ward election fraud trial resumed on Friday morning with the testimony of five witnesses.
The man who signed as an assistor for more than 60 mail-in ballots while volunteering for councilman Shahin Khalique’s campaign could not identify the gender of one resident he claimed to have assisted.
Two brothers testified at the 2nd Ward election fraud trial on Friday morning stating both lived at their uncle’s Rossiter Avenue home and cast mail-in ballots from their former Walnut Street residence.