Amid widespread reports of voting irregularities in tonight's New York primary, including confirmation that over 120,000 voters have been dropped from registration lists, city officials have vowed to investigate and audit the city's Board of Elections, which is chiefly responsible for maintaining the integrity of the democratic process in New York City.
As The Inquisitr reported previously, tens of thousands of New York voters were purged from the voter lists and denied entry to state polls, leaving many New Yorkers unable to vote in this crucial primary election. The New York Board of Elections reported tonight that more than 120,000 voters have been dropped from the voter rolls in Brooklyn since early November.
"No other borough in New York City, nor county, in the rest of the state saw such a significant decline in active registered Democrats. In fact only 7 of the state's 62 counties saw a drop in the number of Democrats," reports NPR on the purged voter lists.