DOVER, N.J. – That’s the report from New Jersey Globe.
According to editor David Wildstein, “Federal Bureau of Investigation agents are interviewing Dover Democratic leaders and volunteers [on Wednesday] about local politics, including questions about undocumented immigrants voting in the 2018 primary election.”
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Last year’s close-fought Democrat primary ended in a lawsuit alleging voter fraud. Superior Court Assignment Judge Stuart Minkowitz ultimately declined to overturn the election.
While it’s unclear how, if at all, this possible fraud was perpetrated, fears of illegal immigrant voting in New Jersey elections were justifiably heightened last year by a new automatic voter registration law lacking basic safeguards.
Governor Phil Murphy’s attorney general declared a ‘sanctuary state’ around the time of last year’s election.
All but two New Jersey congressman declared their support for illegal alien participation in local elections earlier this month.