Mayoral candidate and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams documented a preemptive lawsuit Wednesday to “guarantee a fair and transparent election process” after the Board of Elections bungled the June 22 essential result by coincidentally incorporating test brings about the vote tally, prompting 135,000 additional ballots.
“Today we petitioned the court to safeguard our right to a fair election process and to have an adjudicator administer and audit ballots, if vital,” Adams said in an explanation.
“We are advising different missions of our lawsuit through close to home assistance, as legally necessary, since they are invested individuals,” Adams said.
“We welcome different missions to go along with us and petition the court as we as a whole look for an unmistakable and confided in end to this election,” he added.
The suit was recorded Wednesday in Kings County Supreme Court.