Bloomingburg Developer Pleads Guilty to Election Fraud Scheme

The co-defendant of the Monsey real estate developer who pleaded guilty last month to voter fraud in an attempt to secure development projects has also pleaded guilty. 57 year-old Shalom Lamm of Bloomingburg admitted to a scheme to create phony voters to elect public officials he thought would help clear the path for a stalled development project. His Monsey co-defendant, 64 year-old Kenneth Nakdimen, tried to buy voter registrations and bribe voters who would elect public officials favorable to them. Both face a maximum of five years in prison.

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