Man chasing man – Voter Fraud

6/12/2007 5:00pm:

I just realized we could parlay this event into an annual 5k run. It’d be really fun!!


6/12/2007 10:00am:
Lots of good real life action movie chase scenes in Hoboken lately.

Overheard at 9:45 this morning, a “charger” (I think they mean “challenger”) was chasing a man on Garden Street between 10th and 11th. This challenger believed this man to have committed “Voting Fraud”. He had white hair, sunglasses, white t-shirt and red backpack.

The police were notified and apprehended the man at 1006 Washington Street. The policeman said County Election board will be handling this.

Francis O’Donnell is the man in question, and the Hudson County Election investigator is responding.

I was informed by someone on the scene that allegedly the man was paid a whopping $10 by the Stack people to say he was “such and such” person, and to vote for Belfiore. When challenged at the poll, the man fled the scene. This apparently happened at the Fox Hills voting location.

That’s all I have so far. Check out the live police scanner for more!!

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Monday, June 18, 2007 1:20 am

emarche, perhaps I was busy working and didn’t have the time to keep up with the bull-politics and the great changes that are occurring as we blog. and I don’t have to stay out of anything. I can make comments just as you may and I can share my thoughts the same. good luck changing the world, I mean Hoboken, whatever..

Sunday, June 17, 2007 5:33 pm

HHoney – you are absolutely right; thank you for the link and, more importantly, thank you for taking action.

J – stay out of this. Snide comments have little, if anything, to do with changing the current political climate in our town so please: stay out of this unless you’re actually serious about taking a role. “…there isn’t any amount of letters, complaints, etc. to change the system”? Obviously you haven’t been awake over the past week or you’d be quite aware that vigilance, perseverance and what you deem ineffective behavior has yielded precisely what we hope to accomplish: change.

Start writing, everyone; our favorite goon-with-the-silly-haircut needs to hear about what went down with our election v2.0 shenanigans.

Sunday, June 17, 2007 4:56 pm

How about issuing your complaints to Codey instead? He’s probably the only one who cares.

Sunday, June 17, 2007 11:10 am

HHoney, Corzine is on the same “voter fraud” committee. Hudson county politics is sickening. Although I think making a statement in large numbers really makes a difference, there isn’t any amount of letters, complaints, etc to change the system. Corzine should have been booted out when HE BROKE NJ LAW by failing to wear a seatbelt and had his driver speeding down the highway at 90+ an hour. what justice message does that send out to the smaller people? He wheels with his crutches out of the hospital, says he’s sorry and it’s a done deal. I don’t get it.

Sunday, June 17, 2007 10:54 am

[quote comment=”30538″]The stories are true about the voter fraud. But here is the lovely catch. So the guy who was chased out of the voting station and later arrested – he actually did not commit a crime. Because in the great state of New Jersey attempting to commit voter fraud is not a crime. But if the polling station let him vote, then called the police then it becomes a crime, but of course the illegal vote still counts. Got to love New Jersey.[/quote] Two things: 1) it is true that the homeless guy in question did not commit a crime but the person who hired him certainly did and that needs to be investigated. 2) The reason our votes are numbered is so that in the case of fraud the machine can be opened up and the vote can be pulled. Two such votes had to be pulled from the 5th Ward 4th District machine during the run-off when two 18 year old girls voted for a 85 year old dead woman and 39 year old woman who moved over two years ago. Between the 4th, 5th and 6th wards there are over 140 reported incidences of voter fraud during the run-off. With such a huge volume and voter fraud is under the jurisdiction of the State, I wanna know why our fellow resident and governor isn’t doing jack:?: ❗ I would like to suggest that everyone here who is disgusted by this, then e-mail Gov. Corzine ( and… Read more »

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