This is an edited version of the Korean American Community Empowerment (KACE) Candidates Night Forum held on August 18th, 2017, with the sole change being that the identical Korean translation of candidate answers, which were in English, was removed for the sake of shortening the length of the video.
As many of you know, due to financial issues I was unable to continue my court action against my opponent, Paul Vallone, which focused on massive fraud, forgery and illegal activities in the gathering of petition signatures in order to get on to the Democratic Party ballot line.
On Monday afternoon, I began to release my findings to the press and the public. Above is the full video of the press conference, which was well-attended by the local and city-wide press.
As stated at the press conference, I will be releasing new information twice a week for the foreseeable future; rather than overwhelm the press with an incredibly complex story all at once, each release will be a chapter in the larger story of what I uncovered.
Scans of the original petitions are here: https://www.scribd.com/lists/21552586/Vallone-petitions
If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to reach out to me at any time.
On Tuesday, July 25th, 2017, Democratic New York City Council Candidate Paul Graziano filed suit against his opponent, the incumbent Paul Vallone, in order to remove him from the Democratic Party ballot line in the 19th District due to massive fraud and forgery in his petitions.
"The Supreme Court in Queens County has received our papers and we look forward to presenting our case," said Graziano.
For more information please call attorney Martin Connor at (347) 645-9146 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yesterday, State Senator Tony Avella, John Duane, Chrissy Voskerichian and Austin Shafran stood with me to denounce the "hit pieces" being paid for by real estate PAC Jobs For New York on behalf of Paul Vallone.
Democratic candidate for 19th New York City Council District