In order to propound voluminous specific objections, one obviously needs to have access to the petition being challenged and voter records, both of which are maintained and housed by the Board of Elections. The Board has procedures for examining petitions and voter records, including logging in whoever views petitions and voter records or requests document copies. The logs of those who viewed petitions and voter records from April 1 though April 21 follow:
Maybe there is a more likely explanation. Perhaps the head of the Unity Coalition and Deputy Democratic Elections Commissioner, Champ Eve, had Board staff formulate the objections on government time, using public resources. Using public resources for private political purposes? Never. That would be wrong! Wonder if District Attorney Sedita is still being overzealous in his prosecution of public officials? Stay tuned for more.