Connecticut Judge Overturns Democrat Mayoral Primary Due to Ballot Fraud, Orders News Election

A Connecticut judge has just overturned the results of the Bridgeport Democrat mayoral primary due to election fraud.

Superior Court Judge William Clark ordered a new election due to the overwhelming evidence of ballot fraud presented before his court.

Clark cited explosive video evidence of election fraud as the basis for his bombshell ruling.

The decision has far-reaching implications, not just for Bridgeport but for the entire country, as the Gateway Pundit notes.

The ruling sets a precedent for ongoing and future cases involving mail-in ballot fraud.

As Slay News previously reported, the campaign of mayoral candidate John Gomes published damning video evidence of election fraud in the Bridgeport Democrat primary.

The video has prompted an investigation by the Bridgeport Police Department for “possible misconduct.”

The video on the Gomes campaign’s Facebook page shows a woman dropping stacks of ‘illegal’ ballots into an absentee ballot box outside the Bridgeport government center, where the city’s Registrar of Voters office is located.

The Gomes campaign was able to identify the woman in the footage as Wanda Geter-Pataky, the Vice Chairwoman of the Democratic Town Clerk and a vocal supporter of incumbent Mayor Joe Ganim, who is seeking reelection. Gomes’ campaign claims that the video shows Geter-Pataky dropping off stacks of absentee ballots ahead of the September 12th primary.

“Video surveillance proving that the mayoral election was unequivocally stolen through corruption within City Hall by tampering with absentee ballots,” John Gomes said on his Facebook page.

“This is an undeniable act of voter suppression and a huge civil rights violation. It’s time to restore lasting credibility to our city’s democracy. Once and for ALL. Enough is enough!” he added.


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As Slay News reported last month, a Democrat election clerk has admitted under oath during a bombshell testimony in a Connecticut court that she has been ignoring the law regarding the handling of mail-in ballots.

Bridgeport Democratic Registrar of Voters Patricia Howard admitted in court that she had not been following Connecticut law regarding the handling of mail-in ballots.

The law mandates that each absentee ballot must be signed off by the town clerk, and if this requirement is not met, the ballot cannot be counted.

During the court proceedings, Bill Bloss, the Attorney for John Gomes, questioned Howard about her awareness of the state’s requirements for absentee ballots:

Lawyer: “Were you aware that the Secretary of State says that an outer envelope, the endorsement of the town clerk, must show the date, the precise time the clerk received the ballot, and the clerk’s signature?

Clerk: Honestly, no.

Lawyer: And were you aware that if the Secretary of Estate says in Exhibit 126, if an outer envelope does not substantially comply with this requirement, the ballot cannot be counted?

Clerk: That’s what it says

Lawyer: Did you know that?

Clerk: Now I do.

Lawyer: Okay, I guess maybe I should ask, did you know that? Did you know that on September 12th?

Clerk: No, I didn’t.

Lawyer: And did you ever instruct your absentee ballot moderator that that was the rule?

Clerk: We go over the manual.

Lawyer: You went over this manual with the absentee ballot moderator?

Clerk: Actually, this is new to me about the signature. I’m not clear, so that means I haven’t read the book thoroughly and properly, like I should have in this instance.


Gomes lost to incumbent Mayor Joe Ganim in the Democratic primary by a narrow margin of 251 votes, according to the most recent preliminary count posted on the Secretary of the State’s website.

Ganim won the absentee vote tally 1,545 to 779, while Gomes led on the voting machines.

The incumbent Democrat mayor has previously been convicted on fraud charges.

READ MORE: Democrats Hit with New Election Fraud Charges over Mail-In Ballots

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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